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How Acceptance and Commitment (AC) Coaching differs from ACT

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How Acceptance and Commitment (AC) Coaching differs from ACT

Maximize Your Coaching Effectiveness In this post I’ll talk about how Acceptance and Commitment (AC) coaching differs from ACT.  Acceptance and Commitment ( AC) Coaching and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) are similar but different Acceptance and Commitment Coaching takes the principles and practices of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy  and adapts them to fit the needs of coaches working in a variety of settings. The word therapy may have already sent up a red flag in your mind, but fear not, you can use the principles and practices drawn from ACT to help your coaching clients...

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Help Your Coaching Clients Become More Psychologically Flexible Through Acceptance

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Help Your Coaching Clients Become More Psychologically Flexible Through Acceptance

Maximize Your Coaching Effectiveness   In a recent post I discussed the six components of psychological flexibility. Valued Living, Mindfulness, Acceptance,  Commitment,  Observing Self, and Disentanglement ( Anstiss and Blonna (2014) . In this post I want to focus on Acceptance which  has four components: accepting reality for what it is accepting what you can and cannot control accepting that trying to avoid, eliminate, or control painful internal factors actually makes them worse accepting that the best way to manage painful internal factors is to accept them, and co-exist with them as...

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Help Your Coaching Clients Become More Psychologically Flexible Through Commitment

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Help Your Coaching Clients Become More Psychologically Flexible Through Commitment

Maximize Your Coaching Effectiveness In this post I’ll show you how to help your coaching clients become more psychologically flexible through commitment. In a recent post I discussed the six components of psychological flexibility. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and AC Coaching have found that there are six key factors called core processes that contribute to becoming more psychologically flexible; Valued Living, Mindfulness, Acceptance,  Commitment,  Observing Self, and Disentanglement            ( Anstiss and Blonna (2014) . In...

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Help Your Coaching Clients Become More Psychologically-Flexible Through the Observing Self

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Help Your Coaching Clients Become More Psychologically-Flexible Through the Observing Self

Maximize Your Coaching Effectiveness In a recent post I discussed how to help your coaching clients become more psychologically flexible. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and AC Coaching have found that there are six components of psychological flexibility. Valued living (defining valued directions).   Contact with the Present Moment (mindfulness). Committed Action (commitment). Acceptance (acceptance). Observing Self (self-as-context). Disentanglement (cognitive defusion) One of the goals of  AC Coaching is having clients cultivate and view the world from the perspective of the observing...

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Help Your Coaching Clients Become More Psychologically Flexible Through Mindfulness

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Help Your Coaching Clients Become More Psychologically Flexible Through Mindfulness

Maximize Your Coaching Effectiveness In this post I’ll show you how to help your coaching clients become more psychologically flexible through mindfulness. In a recent post I discussed the six components of psychological flexibility. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and AC Coaching have found that there are six key factors called core processes that contribute to becoming more psychologically flexible ( Anstiss and Blonna (2014) . Valued living (defining valued directions).   Contact with the Present Moment (mindfulness). Committed Action (commitment). Acceptance (acceptance)....

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