EP 458: Dr. Diana Hill - Using Psychological Flexibility to Improve Your Relationships

Dr. Diana Hill is a clinical psychologist, podcaster, and expert in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), a cutting-edge, evidence-based approach to living with psychological flexibility. Diana’s new book, co-authored with Dr. Debbie Sorensen, is ACT Daily Journal. It offers an 8-week program that breaks psychological flexibility into practical steps that guide you in living a life that aligns with your values.
In this episode of Last First Date Radio:

What’s ACT and the research supporting its effectiveness
What’s psychological flexibility
The 6 core components that makeup psychological flexibility
What are values, and how are they different from morals
How is psychological flexibility helpful in maintaining successful relationships
What are some specific practices to identify our values and start living them

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