The Psychological Flexibility of Acceptance & Commitment Therapy

FREE 5-minute video

Michael C. May, MA, LCPC

Have you ever...

  • Taken on a client with issues outside of your skillset?
  • Felt frustrated watching a client stagnate?
  • Wondered if you were even cut out for this work?!?

If so, you are far from alone!

When you’re faced with challenging clients it can feel so daunting.

That’s why it’s important to fill your toolbox with interventions and strategies that have flexible applications for your clinical practice.

And flexibility is just one of the many reasons the empirically validated Acceptance and Commitment Therapy model is exploding in popularity.

Let us show you just how amazing this approach is...

Watch this quick, FREE 5-minute video where Michael May, LCPC, demonstrates how you can use ACT protocols as a “choose your own adventure” to create treatment plans that work for any client.




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Meet the Expert:
Michael C. May, MA, LCPC, is a psychotherapist in private practice and an ACT Trainer. He is a founding partner of Compassionate Psychological Care, LLP, a clinic that provides a wide-range of psychological services with offices in Chicago and Highland Park, IL. Within his private practice, his clinical work is focused on anxiety-related presenting concerns, primarily panic disorder and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Michael is co-founder of Enriched Couples LLC, a company focused on utilizing applied behavioral science in conjunction with financial literacy training to aid young couples in undermining toxic experiential avoidance and building vital and valued relationships.

Michael has received advanced training in various contextual behavioral approaches to psychotherapy including Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and regularly provides workshops and professional trainings on Acceptance & Commitment Therapy. He is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in the state of Illinois. He is a member of the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science and the Association for Behavior Analysis International.

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