'Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)', City Lit, London

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) for people who stammer. Tuesday evenings 2nd May to 11th July.

Tuesdays 2 May – 11 July (no class 30 May), 6-8pm
Fee: £149 (full and senior), £91 concessions

Tutors: Rachel Everard & Carolyn Cheasman
Contact: speechtherapy@citylit.ac.uk  Tel: 020 7492 2579

Acceptance and commitment therapy is a powerful new approach to therapy. On the course you will learn new practical strategies to help you:

  • Reduce avoidance
  • Be more accepting of yourself and your stammering
  • Manage difficult thoughts and feelings through mindfulness skills
  • Identify the directions you’d like your life to go in
  • Set short, medium and long term goals to start moving towards these valued directions

ACT encourages action and you will come away from this course with powerful skills for moving forward in your life.

'Since attending the course, I am no longer so frustrated or self-critical and am learning to be kinder to myself.  The resulting increase in self-confidence has in turn encouraged me to take on new responsibilities and challenges’ Amanda

‘The ACT course has helped me maintain a good level of fluency and also feel better about things generally’ Mercedes

‘I’ve learned from the course that being willing to face discomfort when bringing my work to a wider more varied audience will be worth it as I’ll be moving towards what’s really important to me.’ John

City Lit web page for the course www.citylit.ac.uk/courses/act-for-people-who-stammer

Do get in touch with City Lit if you have any questions or if you would like to enrol. Email: speechtherapy@citylit.ac.uk or telephone: 0207 492 2569.