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ACT Values Bullseye Exercise

The Values Bullseye activity is derived from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) principles. This exercise helps you recognise your fundamental values and assess how well your present actions align with them. To begin, first, determine your central values. These might encompass aspects such as family, career, health, community, or spirituality. Spend some time contemplating what

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Practical Therapy to explore

Treatment offers an excellent opportunity to practice and improve some of our communication skills. Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a proven approach for addressing severe mood fluctuations, and its techniques can be beneficial even without extreme symptoms. Being in a clinic provides a secure environment and a chance to practice these skills alongside a small

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Do self-help meetings make a difference to recovery rates?

People trying to manage a substance misuse problem have long been recommended to attend self-help meetings, but they may wonder just how big an impact this will have on their success in stopping using.  In an 8-year-long study finally published in 2008, researchers examined the relationship between the number of AA meetings that people attended

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