Conversation 5: Your Values & Direction

Introducing Values

Introducing Values a recording of Julian McNally (1:00 min) 

(Introducing Values by RMIT Counselling and Psychological Services, Six ACT* Conversations, RMIT University is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0

Welcome to Conversation 5 of Six ACT Conversations – a program from RMIT University Counselling Service designed to help you live a balanced and fulfilling life while completing your program of study.

The program uses concepts from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy – or ACT for short. But it is not meant to take the place of counselling, psychotherapy or mental health treatment. Although you can use the program in any sequence you wish, you should read the about this resource section before starting.

In this conversation, Values & Direction, we’ll explore the why of what you do.

You’ll be asked to examine the purposes of your actions – then we’ll ask you to use those purposes as a context for doing what needs to be done and choosing what it is you do.

We’ll also suggest using those purposes as a context for feelings and thoughts you struggle or suffer with.



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