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Why choose Psymplicity for acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)?

A quick introduction to ACT therapy

Acceptance and commitment therapy is a type of behavioural therapy that embraces mindfulness and teaches you vital skills for self-acceptance. Our three-step process ensures ACT is right for you:

Get the right diagnosis and a holistic treatment plan tailored to you

Be prescribed the right therapy to treat the symptoms restricting your life

Enjoy more fulfilling relationships, better career prospects and the freedom to go about your daily life without the burden of guilt, self-loathing or being unable to accept certain aspects of your life.

Do you need support managing the symptoms dominating your life?

Get in touch today to book a no-obligation call with one of our medical secretaries. Call us on 02071180407 or click the button below.


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What is acceptance and commitment therapy?

ACT is a form of behavioural therapy in which a client learns to embrace and accept aspects of themself that they dislike or have trouble with. Learn more about acceptance and commitment therapy in the UK here.

What is acceptance and commitment therapy like?

Every person is unique and therefore will have different issues and goals they hope to achieve. ACT helps you to make changes that vastly improve your quality of life and feel good about the person you are. Find out more here.

What can ACT help me with?

Due to the unique nature of ACT therapy, it can be used to help clients with many different areas of their life as well as conditions such as depression and anxiety disorders. Discover more about how our ACT therapists can help you.

Meet our ACT therapists

At Psymplicity Healthcare, you will benefit from the advice, guidance and bespoke treatment of a leading psychotherapist in London. Discover more about our experts in ACT therapy in London.

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What is acceptance and commitment therapy?

Informed by the Buddhist philosophy, Third-wave models of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy maintain the view that emotional suffering occurs when creative means of surviving difficult life events become repeated and fixed. Therefore no longer being of service to the client. With ACT at Psymplicity, a psychotherapist works with you to identify and validate the impact of significant life events, and how inhibiting or destructive coping mechanisms have helped you to endure adverse experiences.

Within a warm, welcoming and transparent therapeutic relationship, Third-wave approaches value mindfulness, acceptance and compassion to improve flexibility in order to encourage change, wellbeing and increased independence. Depending on how you view your struggles, needs and hopes for the therapeutic process, the therapist can work from one particular approach or utilise beneficial aspects from several different therapeutic approaches.

The goal of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy is for you to explore what is most important in various areas of your life. This sets the groundwork and navigates the course of therapy. Your psychotherapist may use record sheets, metaphors and experiential exercises to assist the development of insight into problematic behavioural patterns and encourage you to experience inhibiting and unwanted internal experiences willingly. This will prove to be essential for providing you with opportunities to take valued action and allow you to live a more fulfilling life.

What can acceptance and commitment therapy help me with?

Our acceptance and commitment therapy in the UK invites you to open up to unpleasant or unwanted feelings, understand them and learn not to overreact, and not avoid situations where they are created. Its therapeutic effect is a positive spiral that can prove to be highly effective for treating a vast array of conditions. These include:

Are you suffering from any of the conditions or issues mentioned above? Don’t hesitate to get in touch today. Our specialist acceptance and commitment therapists can help you to understand your thoughts, feelings and symptoms — but most importantly, help you to understand yourself on a deeper level and put you on the road to a more fulfilling life.

Book an appointment to see how we can help you manage depression, anxiety, OCD and many more mental health and emotional issues with ACT therapy in London — improving your relationships, quality of life and professional trajectory. During your consultation, you’ll receive the diagnosis you’ve been waiting for, along with a bespoke plan of therapy for your condition.


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What is acceptance and commitment therapy like?

When you run away from a problem, whether you realise it or not, you are also distancing yourself further and further from a solution. Acceptance and commitment therapy bridges the gap between the problem and the solution by combining mindfulness and self-acceptance. ACT is a form of behavioural therapy that provides you with a safe and supportive environment to face troubling aspects of your life head on, rather than avoiding situations where these types of thoughts and feelings are nurtured.

During your ACT therapy sessions, your specialist psychotherapist will guide you through mindfulness and acceptance strategies, as well as behavioural and commitment exercises that promote psychological flexibility. By opening your mind and showing you that you don’t have to feel guilty, ashamed or run away from your problems altogether — psychological flexibility opens the door for you to experience a greater sense of meaningfulness and fulfillment in your everyday life.

This new-found positivity, self-acceptance and a feeling of being more present in the moment will transfer to many different areas of your life and improve relationships, your career trajectory, outlook on life and generally provide you with the blueprint to be a healthier, happier and more productive person.

Meet our specialist ACT therapists

Our specialists are among the best in their field, having successfully treated and supported those with mental health symptoms for decades. We know that there is no one-size-fits-all approach and that to provide the transformation so many of our clients enjoy requires a bespoke, holistic plan — one we’re confident you won’t find anywhere else.

Discover the history and modern approaches of ACT therapy, top tips for opening your mind to acceptance and commitment therapy and more on our blog.

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Let’s discuss your acceptance and commitment therapy plan

Discover how you can manage the symptoms of conditions like depression and anxiety as well as improve several aspects of your everyday life with acceptance and commitment therapy.

Psymplicity is now offering online ACT therapy assessment appointments, with various payment plans available. If you would like to speak with our medical secretaries, call us now on 02071180407 or click the button below.