Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
One of the great things about ACT is the community's commitment to disseminating their ideas without nickel-and-diming people who want to learn. To that end, the Association of Contextual Behavioural Science has a fantastic range of resources for those wishing to learn & practice ACT. You do have to be a member of the association to access the materials, but they have an honour system for membership and you can join for as little as $1 in order to 'test the waters'. The materials range from helpful metaphors, worksheets, protocols, measures, and treatment manuals. There is a thriving community and you are welcome to submit your own materials.
PsychologyTools ACT Worksheets
Animation: Demons on the Boat metaphor - which outlines how an alternative, more accepting stance towards difficult thoughts, emotions or sensations can facilitate action towards values View at YouTube.com
Animation: Unwelcome Party Guest metaphor - similar to the Demons on the Boat metaphor, but highlights the cost (in terms of lack valued action) of avoidance of negative or unwanted emotions View at YouTube.com
ACT functional analysis worksheet Download from getselfhelp.co.uk (0.1MB)
Worksheets from the Happiness Trap including Values, Defusion, and Experiential Avoidance exercises Download from thehappinesstrap.com
ACT presentation Download from nwlcbttraining.net