Acceptance and commitment therapy, known as ACT, combines traditional behavioral and cognitive behavioral therapy that emphasizes acceptance in treatment.
Acceptance and commitment therapy differs from other therapies because it is not symptom or experience focused. Instead, ACT focuses on the individual’s responses to inner experiences, and the internal dialogue surrounding them. For example, an individual being treated for depression using ACT may come into the session wanting to address their symptoms of sadness, fatigue, and lack of motivation.
If you are ready to stop running from your life, and start accepting and changing it, Alta Centers can help. Our trained medical professionals will help create a unique acceptance and commitment therapy session plan that works for you. Contact us today.