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ACT-ing On Self-help With Dr. Michael Levin | Day 12

March 23, 2020 Episode 6
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ACT-ing On Self-help With Dr. Michael Levin | Day 12
Chapters
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Increasing access to mental health support
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Preference and commitment is key
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The ACT Program
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Optimism and a short story about pears
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ACT-ing On Self-help With Dr. Michael Levin | Day 12
Mar 23, 2020 Episode 6

Michael Levin is an associate professor in the Department of Psychology at Utah State University and a leading ACT researcher. In this episode below Wyatt and Michael discuss his work on how to translate the skills that people typically learn in traditional, therapist-guided ACT into an online self-help format so that everyone can learn at their own pace in the privacy of their homes, which is vital during these times of Covid-19.

USU ACT Research Group: http://www.UtahACT.com/

ACT Guide Self-Help Program: https://scce.usu.edu/services/act-guide/

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Michael Levin is an associate professor in the Department of Psychology at Utah State University and a leading ACT researcher. In this episode below Wyatt and Michael discuss his work on how to translate the skills that people typically learn in traditional, therapist-guided ACT into an online self-help format so that everyone can learn at their own pace in the privacy of their homes, which is vital during these times of Covid-19.

USU ACT Research Group: http://www.UtahACT.com/

ACT Guide Self-Help Program: https://scce.usu.edu/services/act-guide/

Increasing access to mental health support
Preference and commitment is key
The ACT Program
Optimism and a short story about pears