The Little ACT Workbook

An introduction to Acceptance and Commitment therapy

By By Dr Michael Sinclair and Dr Matthew Beadman
ISBN: 9781780592435
Pages: 264
RRP: £7.99

An introduction to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, an empirical, mindfulness-based approach towards managing stress, overcoming painful emotions and living an enriched, full life.

Category: Crimson 

A practical introduction to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) for the general reader.

From one of the co-authors of the bestselling Little CBT Workbook, The Little ACT Workbook is a simple, hands-on, practical guide introducing essential ACT techniques you can use to live a full and meaningful life and change your life for the better.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy is an empirically-supported mindfulness-based behavioural therapy, gaining significant ground in the UK. This helpful book is packed full of guidance, techniques and a series of practical exercises so you can immediately start applying key ACT principles to your day-to-day life. Learn how to:

  • Manage stress, depression and anxiety more effectively
  • Improve your mood and resilience
  • Create an enjoyable, meaningful and fuller life

Rather than assuming that you need to change your thoughts and emotions in order to feel better, ACT shows you how to change your relationship to your thoughts and feelings, and to loosen up around them in order to engage in value-based action. The Little ACT Workbook ensures you have the insight, tools and confidence to apply these valuable principles to your own situation and put them into practice today.

About the authors

Dr Michael Sinclair

Dr Sinclair provides ACT interventions to people of all ages, couples and families as well as ACT-based coaching to corporate executives and ACT supervision to other psychologists. He is the Clinical Director at City Psychology Group and the co-author of Mindfulness for Busy People (Pearson), Working with Mindfulness (Pearson) and The Little CBT Workbook (Crimson).

Dr Matthew Beadman

Dr Beadman works as a Clinical Psychologist in the NHS and has published peer-reviewed research in a number of clinical areas, including exploring core ACT processes. He has a keen interest and expertise in applying ACT for pain management and delivering brief, practical interventions which create meaningful change for his clients in a shorter period of time.

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