- The components in the ACT hexagon have mutual relationships.
- The blending of all these skills leads to greater psychological flexibility.
- The ACT question helps assess and case conceptualize to see if the six skills are being blended together well by the client.
Welcome to the final video for Demystifying ACT.
Throughout our time together, we discussed that Acceptance and Commitment Therapy is based on empirically supported principles aiming to improve psychological flexibility by leveraging the influence of mindfulness practice while utilizing evidence-based applied behavioral science.
We reviewed the ACT Hexagon Model and introduced the six components of the model, acceptance, defusion, self-as-context, contact with the present moment, values and committed action.