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Dr. Mohamed Farouk, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Kasr Al-Ainy, Cairo University.

Acceptance and commitment therapy, or ACT, is a mindful approach to accepting the hardships in life to improve one's overall quality of living. It's a form of psychotherapy kindred to cognitive-behavioral therapy that helps people focus on the present and move forward from overwhelming, difficult emotions. While treatment time may vary from person to person, it can help diffuse the impact of negative emotions and reshape your thinking to treat depression, anxiety, and other similar mental disorders.

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