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Increasing psychological flexibility is an aim of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy/Training.

It refers to our ability to cope with, accept, and adjust to challenging or painful situations; How we stay in contact with the present moment and choose behaviors based on the situation and our values regardless of unpleasant thoughts, feelings, and bodily sensations.

Empirical research supports that psychological flexibility can be measured; the more psychologically flexible you are, the less chance you will develop depression, anxiety, and distress during stressful life events.

Creating an environment in which the concepts of ACT can be explored and psychological flexibility nurtured can help children be active participants in successfully navigating life's challenges.

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