Hello there! As an online psychiatrist, I am always looking for ways to help my patients overcome their mental health challenges. And that's why today, I want to introduce you to a powerful new form of talk therapy called Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
ACT is a mindfulness-based approach that combines elements of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Positive Psychology. This approach teaches patients how to accept negative thoughts and feelings, and commit to taking positive action towards their values and goals.
I am passionate about ACT and I regularly write about the many benefits of this approach. By using ACT, patients can learn to develop a healthier relationship with their thoughts and emotions, build resilience, and move towards a more meaningful and fulfilling life.
On this page, I'll be sharing all the latest insights and tips on ACT. Whenever I publish a new article or resource, I'll be sure to add it here so you can stay up-to-date.
If you want to stay informed about the latest news on ACT, I invite you to join my newsletter. You'll be the first to know about new posts, and you'll also receive exclusive content and resources to help you on your journey towards a happier, more fulfilling life.
Thank you for visiting my page, and I look forward to connecting with you soon!
Michiel Bosman MD
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