Handle life’s challenges and live fully in the moment with this powerful card deck!
When faced with life’s challenges, it’s all too easy to get “stuck” in your own thoughts and emotions, unable to move forward toward your true goals. The daily grind of the “real world” can leave you feeling depleted, and keep you from living the deeper, more meaningful life you long for. But there are simple tools you can use to handle life stress and setbacks, live fully in the present moment, and literally act on your deepest values.
With the ACT Daily Card Deck, you’ll discover the core components of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) right at your fingertips. Each card offers a different skill—such as mindfulness, acceptance, or self-compassion—that you can use as needed for a fully customizable approach. By practicing the “right now” skills on these cards, you’ll learn to roll with life’s punches and be present in each moment—even the unpleasant ones. Most importantly, you’ll learn how to take values-based action to help you get “unstuck” and improve your life.
ACT is more than just a therapy—it’s a framework for living well. It helps us accept. It teaches us to make a commitment to what we deeply care about. And it works best when practiced daily—whether you’re at home, at work, in therapy, or on the go. Pick up these powerful yet practical cards, and let them guide you toward the life you truly want!
About the Authors:
Diana Hill, PhD, is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Santa Barbara, CA, where she provides therapy, high-performance coaching, and training to mental health professionals in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). She is cohost of the Psychologists Off the Clock podcast, and is passionate about integrative health, homesteading, and parenting with intention.
Debbie Sorensen, PhD, is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Denver, CO, and part-time clinical research psychologist at the Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center. She received her PhD in psychology from Harvard University. Sorensen cohosts the Psychologists Off the Clock podcast, and is a VA regional trainer and training consultant in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).