Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT): Actively accepting unwanted and perhaps uncontrollable thoughts and feelings; and Commitment and action towards goals that are aligned with one’s chosen values

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) can help the parties learn, change and develop and can transform individuals and relationships. ACT been shown to have positive outcomes across a broad range of applied problems and areas of growth such as separation and divorce. It is being used in a clinical setting to help people with eating…

The therapeutic map used in Impact Therapy

The RCFFC therapeutic map (Rapport, Contract, Focus, Funnel and Close) used in Impact Therapy is closely related the problem-solving model used in facilitative mediation with the main difference being that the Facilitative or Problem-solving model is primarily focused on solving a problem by obtaining a settlement. The process is designed to assist the parties to…