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Contents tagged with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
By Pete & Anna
So to recap, we’ve talked about what sleep is and why we do it. We thought about how much sleep we’re supposed to get, sleep difficulties and the things that can get in the way of our sleep. Now we’re going to focus on the things you can do to improve sleep.
We’ve split this section into two – the things you can do to promote your own sleep and the things that you could do to support others to sleep.
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A ‘third wave’ cognitive approach, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a behavioural model of human suffering. It works on the assumption …
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is regarded as an anxiety disorder and can be very debilitating. OCD is relatively common; here in the United Kingdom current estimates suggest that 1.2% of the population will have OCD, which equates to 12 out of every 1000 people.
Do I have OCD?
The condition has two main parts: obsessions and compulsions.
Obsessions are unwelcome thoughts, images, urges or doubts that repeatedly appear in your mind. Common examples include thinking that you …