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Values: Self-Exploration

Values: Self-Exploration

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Values are an important part of many psychotherapies, such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). When a person fails to live in accordance with their values, they will often feel unsatisfied. For example, someone who values their family very highly, yet spends little time with them, is unlikely to feel content...
Exploring Values

Exploring Values

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In the Exploring Values worksheet, clients are asked to introspect and consider the origin and meaning of their values. This can be a powerful discussion topic, especially when a client feels that they are not being guided by their values. A strong understanding of one's values can help to create a sense of direction and purpose in life...
Values Clarification

Values Clarification

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Values are a person's beliefs about what's important, or what matters most to them. They can be just about anything, such as family, hard work, success, or having a good time. Sometimes, people lose sight of their values—they live their life in a way that's incongruent with what they believe. For example, someone who values family might become overwhelmed by work, and neglect their relationships...
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