Acceptance and Committment Therapy

This online course costs $15
You will be attributed 1.5 CE credit hour(s) after passing this course

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1) I have read all of the required reading material for this course.

2) Acceptance and Commitment therapy (ACT) is a unique psychological therapeutic approach that aims at amelioration of psychological suffering.

3) ACT is a model that is based on the assumption that most maladaptive behavioral patterns are caused by faulty attempts to suppress or avoid thoughts, emotions and/or sensations.

4) ACT strategies have not yet been researched but are promising.

5) Current evidence does not yet support the effective role of ACT in the management of behavioral maladjustment and anxiety disorders.

6) ACT is based on the fact that rapid changes in an individual’s behavior normally occur.

7) Pliance is a form of rule governed behavior and refers to following a specific verbal rule which is linked to some previous social consequences that design the relationship between the verbal rule and the individual’s resultant behavior.

8) A considerable number of researchers have concluded that whenever behavioral patterns are regulated by verbal rules, they become somehow insensitive to influence, that maybe imposed in the environment, which is not described by those rules.

9) Acceptance means “liking everything that has happened”.

10) Self as context is a main process in ACT which entails that an individual who is excessively fused with his/her conceptualized self has a threatened psychological flexibility.

11) Contact with the present moment is only a small part of ACT.

12) Values are defined in view of ACT as selected qualities that relate to a purposive action.

13) Committed action is another important process that is often the result of recognition of faulty psychological processes and barriers that lead to avoidance and fusion.

14) The clinical stages of ACT are directed towards helping the patient deviate from focusing on the disturbing content of certain psychological experiences and shift to a healthy understanding of the true context of these disturbing experiences.

15) ACT does not use metaphor, instead preferring only clear communications with no ambiguity.

16) Paradox is a pivotal component of the clinical interventional methods of ACT.

17) ACT is based on the concept that attempts to change negative psychological content is a great consequence to that very content.

18) ACT intervention in anxiety disorders focuses on undermining the patient’s need for excessively unnecessary emotional regulation.

19) Acceptance and Commitment therapy is considered on of the most recent behavioral therapy plans that are based on mindfulness.

20) ACT is a form of behavioral therapy.

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