Exercise improves the body’s strength, endurance, and coordination. It also offers a unique opportunity for us to simultaneously practice all 6 of the mental skills learned in Acceptance and Commitment Training (ACT). Here are a few easy ways to incorporate practice reps with ACT mental skills while you exercise.
Did you know that exercise builds your brain, enhances learning and memory, results in a mood-altering chemical cocktail, and may even help treat depression and anxiety?
In this blog post, we highlight the 3 critical ways exercise benefits your brain.
During this interview, we discuss with Dr. Anne Marie Albano evidence-based strategies for parents and children to effectively manage anxiety during COVID-19.
Coming Out of Quarantine Stronger: How Our Intimate Relationships Can Benefit From Times of Struggle
In this interview with Dr. Ashley Bullock of Modern Minds, we discuss common habits that can help or hinder our closest relationships.
In our interview with Dr. Andy Huchingson, he explains why he teaches mindfulness to his patients, and the community, and how you can begin reaping the benefits today.
The Observing Self is an important mental skill learned in Acceptance and Commitment Training (ACT). You can improve your skill at using these techniques in the same way you improve your skill level in anything in life, practice reps and feedback loops.