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Teaching Acceptance Strategies through Visualization Worksheet
On this page, we will provide you with Teaching Acceptance Strategies through Visualization Worksheet which will help you accept your thoughts without being stressed about them.
What is Teaching Acceptance Strategies through Visualization Worksheet?
Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) encourages you to embrace your thoughts and feelings rather than fighting or feeling guilty for them. It is a form of behavioural therapy that combines mindfulness skills with the practice of self-acceptance. ACT holds that pain and discomfort are a fact of life – something we must get comfortable with if we wish to live a happy, and fulfilled life.
These therapies use visualization techniques to engage you to imagine a situation through which you can learn to face the reality without trying to run away from it. This worksheet will include these kinds of acceptance strategies.
How Teaching Acceptance Strategies through Visualization Worksheet will help?
This worksheet will help you in facing your life stressors and negative thoughts through visualizing different situations. It will help you accept that you cannot change what has happened but rather cope with it effectively. These strategies will serve to give you an inner sense of peace.
Instructions on how to use Teaching Acceptance Strategies through Visualization Worksheet
There will be acceptance strategies through visualization in the worksheet. Read them carefully and practice each strategy by imagining it vividly.
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