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Mindfulness

Regardless of how much time you have spent in the therapy world or not, it’s likely you have heard of the term, ‘mindfulness’, before. Maybe you first learned about it from a previous therapist, a self-help book, or yoga classes. Mindfulness can be lived out and practiced in a variety of ways in a person’s life. In this course, you will learn three key points that can help you practically use mindfulness in your daily life. Pulling from Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), this course will provide a more concrete definition of what mindfulness is and how it can promote psychological flexibility and challenge the psychological rigidity in your life.

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Window of Tolerance

The window of tolerance is one of the most foundational concepts at all of Thrive. The more that we have dug into this subject, the more we see how paramount it is to positive mental health. The window of tolerance is for the most part what it sounds like. It is the brain and nervous system's capacity for managing stress. We each have our own window for different facets of life, and while we might have a high tolerance distress for a certain area, we may have a low tolerance in another area.

While we generally try and target our courses at given areas, this course is really for anybody! If you ever find yourself with an emotion that is driving you out of control, either to rage, fear, or shutting down, enhancing your tools and language around this area will be helpful for you.

Open Course

Attachment

Whether or not you know it, you wrote a book when you were younger on how to do relationships. Keeping notes on how to act during conflict and best practices for keeping a partner. The only problem is that you stopped writing this book around the age of 10 and have made very little updates to it. This is the same playbook that we bring into our adult relationships and we wonder why we are dissatisfied with the results. Perhaps it is because we are using a playbook written by a 10 year old.

Let's rewrite it.

Open Course

Journey to the Core Self

We all have something that we keep in the dark, believing that if anybody knew this about me, it would destroy me. However, it's never that thing that destroys us, it's always the fact that we keep it in the dark. In this course we desire to show you how living our of a false sense of self creates disconnection from others.

In a world where societal expectations and personal experiences often lead to the construction of a false self, this transformative video course delves deep into the concepts of the false self, the core self, and the profound journey of reclaiming authenticity by addressing and transcending shame. Through a combination of insightful teachings, practical exercises, and real-life examples, participants will embark on an empowering voyage of self-discovery and healing, ultimately leading to a life lived in alignment with their genuine essence.

Through this video course, participants will not only gain a profound understanding of the false self, core self, and shame dynamics but will also embark on a personal journey of self-exploration, self-acceptance, and transformation. By the course's conclusion, participants will be equipped with the knowledge, tools, and resilience to navigate life from a place of authenticity, fostering a deeper connection with themselves and the world around them.

This course is taught by Colter Bloxom, LPC.

Open Course

Values

This course is for people who want to live an intentional life that is reflective of their values and would like some more structure on how to set up those values. This course is for people who are ready to embark on a transformative journey toward a more meaningful and fulfilling life using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). If you're seeking to break free from the constraints of avoidance, overcome internal barriers, and align your actions with your deepest values, then this course is designed to empower you with the tools and insights you need.

In this course you will walk away with a clarified view of your top ten values, examples of what they look like, and a playbook for determining when you are and are not living into those values. Most of us have goals for what we want our life to look like, but having goals without values would be like having a destination without directions. Which is fine if you are going somewhere you’ve been 100 times before. But if you are looking to create a life that is not exactly what you have right now, you need a well constructed and clarified set of values.

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Boundaries

This course is for people who value healthy and fulfilling relationships. If you find yourself struggling to maintain boundaries in your interactions, feeling overwhelmed by the demands of others, or facing challenges in asserting your own needs and preferences, then this course is designed to provide you with invaluable insights and practical strategies.

Whether you're navigating personal relationships, professional dynamics, or any other social context, understanding and setting boundaries is essential for your well-being and the quality of your connections. If you're tired of feeling drained, stressed, or misunderstood due to unclear or violated boundaries, this course offers a comprehensive toolkit to empower you.

Boundaries are the distance at which I can love you and me simultaneously. Boundaries give us the space to do the work of loving ourselves. They might be, actually, the first and fundamental expression of self-love. They also give us the space to love and witness others as they are, even those that have hurt us. - Prentis Hemphill

We love this quote and so often come back to it because it recognizes how boundaries are about two people. Often people can make the mistake of seeing a boundary as a rule for somebody else. "Here is what you are going to do because it's my boundary and my therapist told me boundaries are healthy." But boundaries are much better defined as how we are going to respond to somebody else's behavior.

Open Course

Useful Tools

Looking for activities that you can do at home to continue  your work? Check out this collection of worksheets that the most recommended by our therapists.

Feel free to bring this collection to your therapist in session to talk about!

Open Course

Meditations

Enjoy a variety of meditations written and recorded by therapist Brock Anderson. Check back for new topics.

Open Course

Anxiety 1

This course is for people who are ready to take a proactive and empowering approach to managing their anxiety. If you find yourself struggling with overwhelming thoughts and feelings, if anxiety has been holding you back from fully engaging in the life you want, then this course is designed to provide you with practical tools and insights from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).

Most people are working to "get rid" of their anxiety. And if this is the case, this will probably not be the course for you.

But what if there was a way to find a better relationship with your anxiety? To gain further clarity on what it is telling you and how you want to respond? This course is accompanied with a workbook to help you understand and develop more tools on how to better relate to your anxiety.

Open Course

Psychological Flexibility

Founder of Thrive, Sam Lample teaches us how to engage in psychological flexibility by going over the core tenants of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. So often we are trying to achieve some level of ultimate happiness. However, this discounts so many parts of life and puts us in a vulnerable position when life is not offering us seasons that provoke happiness. Additionally, we will learn about values and how to move towards them.

Open Course

The Gift of Emotions

This course is for people who are seeking to enhance their emotional intelligence and gain a deeper understanding of what their emotions are communicating. If you find yourself navigating through the complex landscape of emotions and are eager to develop the skills to manage and interpret them effectively, then this course is tailored to meet your needs.

In this course, we delve into the intricacies of emotions, exploring the rich tapestry of human experience and providing you with tools to decipher the messages they convey. By focusing on the key components of emotional intelligence, you will learn to harness the power of emotions to enrich your relationships, improve communication, and foster personal growth.

In this six part course, trauma therapist, Lauren Mokarry walks us through how every emotions has a gift that it is trying to bring us. You will walk away with an enhancement of your emotional vocabulary and new definitions for each of the 8 core emotions: passion, anger, fear, guilt, shame, pain, joy, and love. Research shows that being able to simply label an emotion can decrease the level of impact that emotion has on us by up to 50%. If you have ever felt that your emotional intelligence could use a boost, this is a great course to check out.


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Window of Tolerance

1 Video, 1 Download, 51 min

The window of tolerance is one of the most foundational concepts at all of Thrive. The more that we have dug into this subject, the more we see how paramount it is to positive mental health. The window of tolerance is for the most part what it sounds like. It is the brain and nervous system's capacity for managing stress. We each have our own window for different facets of life, and while we might have a high tolerance distress for a certain area, we may have a low tolerance in another area.

While we generally try and target our courses at given areas, this course is really for anybody! If you ever find yourself with an emotion that is driving you out of control, either to rage, fear, or shutting down, enhancing your tools and language around this area will be helpful for you.

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Window of Tolerance

1 Video, 1 Download, 51 min

The window of tolerance is one of the most foundational concepts at all of Thrive. The more that we have dug into this subject, the more we see how paramount it is to positive mental health. The window of tolerance is for the most part what it sounds like. It is the brain and nervous system's capacity for managing stress. We each have our own window for different facets of life, and while we might have a high tolerance distress for a certain area, we may have a low tolerance in another area.

While we generally try and target our courses at given areas, this course is really for anybody! If you ever find yourself with an emotion that is driving you out of control, either to rage, fear, or shutting down, enhancing your tools and language around this area will be helpful for you.


In this course you will:
1. Learn to identify the different ways in which we move outside of our window.

2. Gain more understanding of what is happening physiologically when our emotions are moving us to a place of being out of control.

3. Find more resources on how to get back into your window when you have left it.

4. Identify differences in fight, flight, freeze, and collapse responses.

This course is led by Lauren Mokarry:

Lauren Mokarry is a Licensed Professional Counselor who earned her master’s degree in counseling from Grand Canyon University.  Lauren deeply values connecting with others on an authentic level and immensely respects the courage it takes to explore all that challenges us as we seek to find balance amidst paradoxical desires for individuality and connection, for novelty and stability, for protection and vulnerability. Lauren describes herself as a perfectionist in recovery who values helping others break free of rigid patterns in their own life. She leads several groups at Thrive including Trauma 101, Trauma 202, Emotions 101, and several book clubs.

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Attachment

1 Video, 4 Downloadable PDFs, 58 min

Whether or not you know it, you wrote a book when you were younger on how to do relationships. Keeping notes on how to act during conflict and best practices for keeping a partner. The only problem is that you stopped writing this book around the age of 10 and have made very little updates to it. This is the same playbook that we bring into our adult relationships and we wonder why we are dissatisfied with the results. Perhaps it is because we are using a playbook written by a 10 year old.

Let's rewrite it.

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Attachment

1 Video, 4 Downloadable PDFs, 58 min

Whether or not you know it, you wrote a book when you were younger on how to do relationships. Keeping notes on how to act during conflict and best practices for keeping a partner. The only problem is that you stopped writing this book around the age of 10 and have made very little updates to it. This is the same playbook that we bring into our adult relationships and we wonder why we are dissatisfied with the results. Perhaps it is because we are using a playbook written by a 10 year old.

Identifying our attachment style is the first step in healing our relationships. Without this knowledge we have little understanding of why we are withdrawing or criticizing in our relationship. Additionally, your partner most likely has the opposite attachment style that you have. Gaining a better understanding of how your partner is responding can help you to empathize with them more in conflict.

This course is lead by Cayla Gensler, LPC and EFT therapist. Cayla has hosted over ten Hold Me Tight workshops and leads the couples therapy team at Thrive.

In this course you will engage in:

  1. Understanding Your Relationships Better: By the end of the course, you'll have a clearer understanding of how your past experiences shape your relationships today, helping you improve them.
  2. Discovering Your Attachment Style: You'll learn to recognize your attachment style and how it impacts your connections with others, empowering you to navigate them more confidently.
  3. Improving Your Relationships: Gain practical tools to enhance your relationships with partners, family, and friends by tapping into your emotions and expressing yourself more effectively.
  4. Navigate Conflict Better: Gain insight into the cycle that you and your partner consistently engage in. Identifying this cycle gives us a better chance to get out of the same argument we constantly have.

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Journey to the Core Self

1 Video, 2 Downloadable PDFs (one typable, one standard), 38 min

We all have something that we keep in the dark, believing that if anybody knew this about me, it would destroy me. However, it's never that thing that destroys us, it's always the fact that we keep it in the dark. In this course we desire to show you how living our of a false sense of self creates disconnection from others.

In a world where societal expectations and personal experiences often lead to the construction of a false self, this transformative video course delves deep into the concepts of the false self, the core self, and the profound journey of reclaiming authenticity by addressing and transcending shame. Through a combination of insightful teachings, practical exercises, and real-life examples, participants will embark on an empowering voyage of self-discovery and healing, ultimately leading to a life lived in alignment with their genuine essence.

Through this video course, participants will not only gain a profound understanding of the false self, core self, and shame dynamics but will also embark on a personal journey of self-exploration, self-acceptance, and transformation. By the course's conclusion, participants will be equipped with the knowledge, tools, and resilience to navigate life from a place of authenticity, fostering a deeper connection with themselves and the world around them.

This course is taught by Colter Bloxom, LPC.

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Journey to the Core Self

1 Video, 2 Downloadable PDFs (one typable, one standard), 38 min

Course Objectives:

1. Understanding the False Self and Core Self:Gain a comprehensive understanding of the false self and core self, exploring their origins, characteristics, and impact on various aspects of life. Recognize how external influences shape the false self, leading to incongruence and disconnection from one's authentic identity.

2. Unpacking Shame:Delve into the multifaceted nature of shame, its sources, and its detrimental effects on mental, emotional, and interpersonal well-being. Learn to differentiate between healthy guilt and toxic shame, and discover how shame can contribute to the perpetuation of the false self.

3. The Journey to Authenticity:Explore the steps and practices required to embark on a transformative journey towards embracing one's true self. Learn techniques to peel back the layers of the false self, reevaluate limiting beliefs, and cultivate self-acceptance as a foundation for authenticity.

4. Transforming Shame into Empowerment:Discover powerful strategies for transforming shame from a stifling emotion into a catalyst for growth and resilience. Engage in exercises that promote vulnerability, self-compassion, and self-forgiveness, fostering a sense of liberation from shame's grip.

5. Embracing Authentic Living:Develop practical skills to integrate the lessons of the course into daily life, fostering sustainable changes that align with the true self. Cultivate self-awareness, assertiveness, and authentic connections with others, ultimately leading to a more fulfilling and purpose-driven existence.

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Boundaries

1 Video, 1 PDF workbook (to come), 55 minutes

This course is for people who value healthy and fulfilling relationships. If you find yourself struggling to maintain boundaries in your interactions, feeling overwhelmed by the demands of others, or facing challenges in asserting your own needs and preferences, then this course is designed to provide you with invaluable insights and practical strategies.

Whether you're navigating personal relationships, professional dynamics, or any other social context, understanding and setting boundaries is essential for your well-being and the quality of your connections. If you're tired of feeling drained, stressed, or misunderstood due to unclear or violated boundaries, this course offers a comprehensive toolkit to empower you.

Boundaries are the distance at which I can love you and me simultaneously. Boundaries give us the space to do the work of loving ourselves. They might be, actually, the first and fundamental expression of self-love. They also give us the space to love and witness others as they are, even those that have hurt us. - Prentis Hemphill

We love this quote and so often come back to it because it recognizes how boundaries are about two people. Often people can make the mistake of seeing a boundary as a rule for somebody else. "Here is what you are going to do because it's my boundary and my therapist told me boundaries are healthy." But boundaries are much better defined as how we are going to respond to somebody else's behavior.

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Boundaries

1 Video, 1 PDF workbook (to come), 55 minutes

Boundaries are the distance at which I can love you and me simultaneously. Boundaries give us the space to do the work of loving ourselves. They might be, actually, the first and fundamental expression of self-love. They also give us the space to love and witness others as they are, even those that have hurt us. - Prentis Hemphill

We love this quote and so often come back to it because it recognizes how boundaries are about two people. Often people can make the mistake of seeing a boundary as a rule for somebody else. "Here is what you are going to do because it's my boundary and my therapist told me boundaries are healthy." But boundaries are much better defined as how we are going to respond to somebody else's behavior.

This course is fantastic for anybody who has somebody in their life that they are struggling with. Whether you feel you are overstretching yourself or being stepped on, this is a great course for you.

By enrolling in this course, you will:

  1. Gain Clarity: Understand what boundaries are, why they matter, and how they contribute to healthier relationships.
  2. Develop Self-Awareness: Explore your own communication styles, needs, and triggers, allowing you to set boundaries that align with your values.
  3. Enhance Communication Skills: Learn effective ways to express your boundaries assertively, yet compassionately, while also actively listening to and respecting the boundaries of others.
  4. Navigate Challenging Situations: Acquire strategies to handle difficult conversations, manage conflicts, and negotiate boundaries in various contexts.
  5. Boost Self-Esteem: Build confidence in your ability to prioritize your needs, avoid burnout, and cultivate a sense of self-worth independent of external expectations.
  6. Foster Healthy Connections: Cultivate relationships that are based on mutual respect, trust, and understanding, creating a positive and supportive environment.
  7. Create  Change: Implement sustainable practices and habits that will help you consistently maintain and reinforce your boundaries over time.

This course is led by Lauren Mokarry:

Lauren Mokarry is a Licensed Professional Counselor who earned her master’s degree in counseling from Grand Canyon University.  Lauren deeply values connecting with others on an authentic level and immensely respects the courage it takes to explore all that challenges us as we seek to find balance amidst paradoxical desires for individuality and connection, for novelty and stability, for protection and vulnerability. Lauren describes herself as a perfectionist in recovery who values helping others break free of rigid patterns in their own life. She leads several groups at Thrive including Trauma 101, Trauma 202, Emotions 101, and several book clubs.

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Anxiety 1

5 Videos, 1 Downloadable PDF

This course is for people who are ready to take a proactive and empowering approach to managing their anxiety. If you find yourself struggling with overwhelming thoughts and feelings, if anxiety has been holding you back from fully engaging in the life you want, then this course is designed to provide you with practical tools and insights from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).

Most people are working to "get rid" of their anxiety. And if this is the case, this will probably not be the course for you.

But what if there was a way to find a better relationship with your anxiety? To gain further clarity on what it is telling you and how you want to respond? This course is accompanied with a workbook to help you understand and develop more tools on how to better relate to your anxiety.

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Anxiety 1

5 Videos, 1 Downloadable PDF

In this course, we focus on three core components of ACT – defusion, acceptance, and self as context – to help you transform your relationship with anxiety and build a more fulfilling and meaningful life.

By enrolling in this course, you will:

  1. Embrace Defusion: Learn how to "unhook" from anxious thoughts, gaining distance and control over them, so they no longer dictate your actions and emotions.
  2. Practice Acceptance: Develop the ability to embrace your anxiety without judgment, allowing you to reduce the struggle and resistance that often exacerbate anxious feelings.
  3. Cultivate Self as Context: Discover how to shift your perspective and relate to your thoughts and feelings from a place of mindfulness and self-awareness, helping you to detach your sense of self from your anxiety.

Throughout the course, you'll engage in practical exercises, guided meditations, and reflective practices that enable you to apply these principles directly to your daily life. By the end, you'll have a personalized toolkit to navigate anxiety with greater resilience and a renewed sense of purpose.

This course is ideal for anyone seeking a holistic and evidence-based approach to managing anxiety. Whether you're new to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy or have some familiarity with the concepts, this course will provide you with actionable strategies that can lead to profound shifts in how you experience and respond to anxiety.

Invest in your well-being and embrace a life where anxiety no longer holds you back. Enroll in this transformative course today and embark on your journey toward greater emotional freedom and empowerment. Your path to a more vibrant and anxiety-resilient life starts here.

This course is led by Colter Bloxom:

Colter Bloxom is an Arizona native who earned his Master’s of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Denver Seminary. When working with Colter, you can expect somebody will “tell it to you like it is” but in a caring way. He has been the owner of Thrive Therapy for the past six years and is passionate about paving the way in mental health care. He sees the issues existing in mental health in culture today and is working every day to find news ways for people to engage in better and more cost effective mental health.

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The Gift of Emotions

6 Videos, 1 Downloadable PDF Workbook, 1 Downloadable PDF of Course Slides, 55 minutes

This course is for people who are seeking to enhance their emotional intelligence and gain a deeper understanding of what their emotions are communicating. If you find yourself navigating through the complex landscape of emotions and are eager to develop the skills to manage and interpret them effectively, then this course is tailored to meet your needs.

In this course, we delve into the intricacies of emotions, exploring the rich tapestry of human experience and providing you with tools to decipher the messages they convey. By focusing on the key components of emotional intelligence, you will learn to harness the power of emotions to enrich your relationships, improve communication, and foster personal growth.

In this six part course, trauma therapist, Lauren Mokarry walks us through how every emotions has a gift that it is trying to bring us. You will walk away with an enhancement of your emotional vocabulary and new definitions for each of the 8 core emotions: passion, anger, fear, guilt, shame, pain, joy, and love. Research shows that being able to simply label an emotion can decrease the level of impact that emotion has on us by up to 50%. If you have ever felt that your emotional intelligence could use a boost, this is a great course to check out.


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The Gift of Emotions

6 Videos, 1 Downloadable PDF Workbook, 1 Downloadable PDF of Course Slides, 55 minutes

By enrolling in this course, you will:

  1. Uncover the Role of Emotions: Explore how emotions are a dynamic force in your life, serving as valuable guides that point toward unmet needs and values.
  2. Decode Passion and Anger: Gain insights into the energy behind passion and anger, and learn to channel these emotions constructively to pursue your values and set boundaries.
  3. Navigate Fear and Courage: Understand the function of fear and how it can guide you to assess risks, make informed decisions, and summon the courage to embrace challenges.
  4. Address Shame and Guilt: Discover the distinction between shame and guilt, and develop strategies to process these emotions in a compassionate and growth-oriented manner.
  5. Embrace Pain and Healing: Learn to embrace emotional pain as a catalyst for healing and rebuilding, and develop techniques to navigate loss and move towards emotional well-being.
  6. Cultivate Joy and Love: Explore the uplifting power of joy and the profound connection of love, and how these emotions can enhance your relationships and overall sense of fulfillment.

Throughout this course, you'll engage in practical exercises, self-reflective practices, and guided meditations that provide you with actionable insights and strategies. By the end, you'll have a comprehensive understanding of your emotions and the tools to harness their power for personal transformation and improved interpersonal dynamics.

Whether you're looking to strengthen your relationships, enhance your communication skills, or simply gain a deeper awareness of your own emotional landscape, this course is designed to empower you with the knowledge and skills you need. Invest in your emotional well-being and enrich your life by enrolling in this transformative journey of emotional intelligence and understanding. Your path to emotional empowerment starts here.

This course is led by Lauren Mokarry:

Lauren Mokarry is a Licensed Professional Counselor who earned her master’s degree in counseling from Grand Canyon University.  Lauren deeply values connecting with others on an authentic level and immensely respects the courage it takes to explore all that challenges us as we seek to find balance amidst paradoxical desires for individuality and connection, for novelty and stability, for protection and vulnerability. Lauren describes herself as a perfectionist in recovery who values helping others break free of rigid patterns in their own life. She leads several groups at Thrive including Trauma 101, Trauma 202, Emotions 101, and several book clubs.

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Mindfulness

1 Video, 20 min

Regardless of how much time you have spent in the therapy world or not, it’s likely you have heard of the term, ‘mindfulness’, before. Maybe you first learned about it from a previous therapist, a self-help book, or yoga classes. Mindfulness can be lived out and practiced in a variety of ways in a person’s life. In this course, you will learn three key points that can help you practically use mindfulness in your daily life. Pulling from Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), this course will provide a more concrete definition of what mindfulness is and how it can promote psychological flexibility and challenge the psychological rigidity in your life.

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Mindfulness

1 Video, 20 min

Regardless of how much time you have spent in the therapy world or not, it’s likely you have heard of the term, ‘mindfulness’, before. Maybe you first learned about it from a previous therapist, a self-help book, or yoga classes. Mindfulness can be lived out and practiced in a variety of ways in a person’s life. In this course, you will learn three key points that can help you practically use mindfulness in your daily life. Pulling from Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), this course will provide a more concrete definition of what mindfulness is and how it can promote psychological flexibility and challenge the psychological rigidity in your life.

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Values

2 Video Lessons, 1 PDF Workbook, 59 minutes

This course is for people who want to live an intentional life that is reflective of their values and would like some more structure on how to set up those values. This course is for people who are ready to embark on a transformative journey toward a more meaningful and fulfilling life using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). If you're seeking to break free from the constraints of avoidance, overcome internal barriers, and align your actions with your deepest values, then this course is designed to empower you with the tools and insights you need.

In this course you will walk away with a clarified view of your top ten values, examples of what they look like, and a playbook for determining when you are and are not living into those values. Most of us have goals for what we want our life to look like, but having goals without values would be like having a destination without directions. Which is fine if you are going somewhere you’ve been 100 times before. But if you are looking to create a life that is not exactly what you have right now, you need a well constructed and clarified set of values.

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Values

2 Video Lessons, 1 PDF Workbook, 59 minutes

In this course you will walk away with a clarified view of your top ten values, examples of what they look like, and a playbook for determining when you are and are not living into those values. Most of us have goals for what we want our life to look like, but having goals without values would be like having a destination without directions. Which is fine if you are going somewhere you’ve been 100 times before. But if you are looking to create a life that is not exactly what you have right now, you need a well constructed and clarified set of values.

Grounded in the principles of ACT, this course goes beyond traditional self-help approaches by guiding you to:

  1. Construct Your Values: Explore what truly matters to you and gain a deeper understanding of your core values that will serve as the compass for your life choices.
  2. Take Committed Action: Develop a roadmap for translating your values into action, making deliberate choices that move you toward a life aligned with your aspirations.
  3. Learn How To Negotiate Values: Develop the flexibility to adapt and adjust your behaviors based on the demands of different situations, while staying true to your values.
  4. Create A Repeatable Plan: Take home a playbook to not only cultivate and construct your values, but audit them on a quarterly basis.

Whether you're facing transitions, seeking to improve relationships, or simply aiming to create a more fulfilling life, this course offers a comprehensive framework rooted in ACT to guide you toward your goals. By enrolling, you're investing in your own journey of self-discovery, empowerment, and a life enriched by what truly matters to you. Take the first step toward a valued and purposeful life today. Your path to a more meaningful existence starts now.

This course is led by Colter Bloxom:

Colter Bloxom is an Arizona native who earned his Master’s of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Denver Seminary. When working with Colter, you can expect somebody will “tell it to you like it is” but in a caring way. He has been the owner of Thrive Therapy for the past six years and is passionate about paving the way in mental health care. He sees the issues existing in mental health in culture today and is working every day to find news ways for people to engage in better and more cost effective mental health.

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Useful Tools

Looking for activities that you can do at home to continue  your work? Check out this collection of worksheets that the most recommended by our therapists.

Feel free to bring this collection to your therapist in session to talk about!

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Useful Tools

These 11 worksheets are our team's tried and true activities they recommend for their clients to further their processing.

These are self guided activities, however you are welcome to bring these to your therapist for more support.

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Meditations

Enjoy a variety of meditations written and recorded by therapist Brock Anderson. Check back for new topics.

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Meditations

Enjoy a variety of meditations written and recorded by therapist Brock Anderson. Check back for new topics.

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Psychological Flexibility

1 Video

Founder of Thrive, Sam Lample teaches us how to engage in psychological flexibility by going over the core tenants of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. So often we are trying to achieve some level of ultimate happiness. However, this discounts so many parts of life and puts us in a vulnerable position when life is not offering us seasons that provoke happiness. Additionally, we will learn about values and how to move towards them.

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Psychological Flexibility

1 Video

Founder of Thrive, Sam Lample teaches us how to engage in psychological flexibility by going over the core tenants of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. So often we are trying to achieve some level of ultimate happiness. However, this discounts so many parts of life and puts us in a vulnerable position when life is not offering us seasons that provoke happiness. Additionally, we will learn about values and how to move towards them.

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Thrive's membership is unlike any other and is brand new! Membership currently costs $75/year or $10/month. Members have access toall of Thrive's content as well as discounted rates on groups, retreats, and intensives at Thrive.

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