Part One: The importance of facing difficulties
Part Two: Control and Acceptance
Part Three: Cognitive defusion
Part Four: The Therapythe Self and contact with the present moment
Part Five: Values and Actions
Part Six: Psychological Flexibility
Through numerous excerpts from sessions with different clients, Hayes introduces the concept of creative despairACT's unique process, which allows clients to analyse how control andavoidance of difficult emotions compromised the quality of their lives. Hayes further explains that ACT addresses the power of the individual's undisciplined thoughts and unwanted emotions, then illustrates the central principle of this therapeutic approach: the cognitive defusion. The latter identifies a process of detachment (de-fusion) from one's own thoughts, as well as the ability to learn to accept them without struggling, thus being able to be free to live life in a more conscious and intentional.
The video course then describes the components of ACT relating to the Therapyand the need to understand the importance of the values in therapy and how to integrate them into clinical practice. Finally, the concept of "psychological flexibility" - i.e. the ability to fully get in touch with one's experiences in the present momentwithout any defence - is the common thread linking the wide range of problems reported by the customers in the last video of the course "Acceptance and Commitment TherapyA series with Steven Hayes'.
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we just wanted to let you know that the courses in English on this website have been moved over to our sister website
ISC now only features courses in Italian.
If you are English speaking and have an account with ISC, it will have automatically been moved to psychotherapycourses.com.
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