Acceptance and Commitment Training (ACT) for Coaches with Shamash Alidina
Acceptance and Commitment Training (or Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) has been carefully researched for decades from the lab all the way to real-world scenarios. It has uncovered a key to a meaningful life is what is called psychological flexibility.
The psychological flexibility of an individual can predict everything from whether or not they will suffer a mental health condition, and how long and how severe it’ll be, to how effectively they’ll bounce back from a major setback in life, all the way to optimising how successful they will be in work, on the sports field or in their own business.
Discover the 6 key components of psychological flexibility and the unique discoveries of ACT, which I believe will be making its way into mainstream culture over the next few years. Find out why the ACT model can be flexibly integrated into most other coaching models and how you can develop your own ACT skills too.
ACT is used everywhere from refugee camps by the WHO, to pain management clinics on the NHS, to helping gold medal winners at the Olympics; discover the power of ACT and how it works in this workshop.
About Shamash Alidina
Shamash Alidina is author of 10 books including international hit Mindfulness for Dummies and The Mindful Way Through Stress. He is the founder of Teach Mindfulness and has trained 100s of Mindfulness and ACT teachers, practitioners and coaches full-time over the last 12 years