Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Course

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Course



  • What is mindfulness?
  • What is mindfulness psychotherapy?
  • ACT as mindfulness psychotherapy 
  • Mindfulness grounding techniques

  • Aim of ACT
  • Six Core therapeutic processes of ACT 
  • ACT in nutshell metaphor

  • Cognitive Fusion 
  • Fusion v/s Defusion
  • Thought workability 
  • Metaphors and Analogies 
  • 6 pathological processes 
  • Who is ACT suitable for? 

  • Therapeutic relationship
  • Structure of therapy 
  • The 1st session 
  • Case conceptualisation 
  • History taking 
  • The hexaflexercise 
  • Putting the 6 processes of Hexaflex in use.

  • The Bull’s Eye
  • Dissecting the Problem
  • The Life Compass
  • The Problems and Values Worksheet
  • Vitality vs. Suffering Diary
  • Pushing against the clipboard
  • Struggling in a quickstand
  • Tug of war with a monster
  • Scripts of ACT
  • Role play 

Teaching Methodologies

  • Live Classes

  • Recordings

  • Case study and group discussions

  • Sharing additional resource materials

The ACT Course is suitable for:

  • Students

    interested in becoming an ACT practitioner 

  • Aspiring and practicing therapists

    who want to specialize in ACT.

  • Individuals

    interested in self-exploration and improving psychological flexibility. 

  • People

    interested in learning more about mindfulness 

Perks of doing this course:

  • Library of e-books

  • 1 on 1 Career guidance

  • Certification 

  • Evaluation Report

  • Letter of Recommendation

  • Case based learning

  • Access to 2 workshops in counselling

  • A chance to be listed as an ACT practitioner after completing master in psychology

Course Instructor

Himika Bhasin

Himika Bhasin has complete her Masters in Health Psychology from Kings College, London. She is an ACT practitioner and has been conducting therapy session for more than a year now.

Her association with Socially Souled has been more than 2 years.


Find the most frequently asked questions below.

ACT is a form of psychotherapy that encourages individuals to embrace their thoughts and feelings rather than fighting or feeling guilty for them. This approach focuses on strategies to live a value-driven life in the presence of pain or stress.

This course is suitable for mental health professionals, therapists, counselors, social workers, and anyone interested in learning a modern, evidence-based therapy approach to improve personal and professional life outcomes.

While there are no strict prerequisites, a basic understanding of psychological principles can be beneficial. This course is designed for both beginners and experienced practitioners who want to enhance their therapy skills.

Participants will learn core principles of Acceptance Commitment Therapy, including cognitive defusion, acceptance, mindfulness, self-as-context, values, and committed action. The course includes both theoretical understanding and practical application.

The course typically runs for 4 weeks with weekly sessions that include lectures, interactive discussions, and hands-on practice. The classes will be conducted online.

Yes, upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a certificate that may be used for professional development points or as part of a continuing education program. The certificate will be sent to the registered email ID.

ACT skills are applicable in various settings including clinical practice, counseling, educational environments, and personal development. They help individuals manage stress, anxiety, depression, and other emotional challenges effectively.