About the Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) aims to decrease suffering and increase well-being via six core processes of change (source: Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science/ScienceDirect).

[These] six key processes [are]: decision, acceptance, attention to the present moment, perspective taking, values, and committed action (source: American Psychological Association/APA PsycInfo).

This category is for discussing ACT and for people to share their experiences with it in terms of treating different types of OCD, and share information or studies on ACT and its efficacy on treating OCD.