ACT iCoach is a comprehensive app that covers all aspects of Acceptance Commitment Therapy
Learn and practice ACT skills using video lessons and fun animations which helps you to remember skills longer. Features over video lessons and easy to read content from some of the leading ACT Practitioners and researchers in the world. You can also take notes on these lessons for future use.
User friendly tools to track your mood, emotions, journal and ACT measures. Summary screens to check your progress. Analytics to get insight into your own behavior as you learn new skills. Ability to share with therapists and care team.
Track your progress on how you are doing and get motivated to obtain new skills. Get awards for tasks done towards obtaining new skills or keeping up with one you already know.
Complete exercises and practice ideas that are similar to worksheets in actual ACT Therapy. There are over 100 exercises. Each of the exercise link directly to lessons.
Over 1000 meditations ranging across multiple themes from some of the best teachers in the world.
Favorites list to save skills and meditations you use frequently.
Track your ACT Measures daily and weekly to keep yourself motivated and get a sense of how you are doing.
Finally, the app integrates with a clinician app. If your therapist is signed up and you are set up to share your diary card and exercises then you dont have to share via email every week. Your therapist can engage with you in real time.
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