Dramatically change your life in just minutes a day with this powerful guided journal.
When you are faced with life's challenges, it's easy to lose track of what's important, get stuck in your thoughts and emotions, and become bogged down by day-to-day problems. Even if you've made a commitment to live according to your core values, the 'real-world' has a way of driving a wedge between you and a deeper, more meaningful life. Now there's a flexible program for learning how to practice a popular, proven-effective therapy protocol on your schedule
With The ACT Daily Journal, you'll learn all about the six core processes of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)--including mindfulness, acceptance, and values-based living--and even learn about a seventh: self-compassion. If there was ever a time to adopt the ACT approach to living, it's now. By applying ACT to your life, you'll learn how to roll with life's punches, and stay in contact with the present moment, even when you have unpleasant thoughts, feelings, and bodily sensations.
The gift of being present is becoming increasingly valuable in these uncertain times of conflict and chaos; it's never been so important to live flexibly, with more meaning, and with a deeper understanding of shared struggles and our inherent humanity.
ACT is more than just a therapy--it's a framework for living well. It helps us accept. It teaches us to make a commitment to what we deeply care about. And it works best when practiced daily. Let this journal guide you toward what really matters to you.
About the Author
Diana Hill, PhD, is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Santa Barbara, CA, where she provides therapy, high-performance coaching, and training to mental health professionals in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). She is cohost of the Psychologists Off the Clock podcast, and is passionate about integrative health, homesteading, and parenting with intention. Debbie Sorensen, PhD, is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Denver, CO, and part-time clinical research psychologist at the Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center. She received her PhD in psychology from Harvard University. Sorensen cohosts the Psychologists Off the Clock podcast, and is a VA regional trainer and training consultant in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).