Rev. Joticandā, a dedicated and free-minded Buddhist counselor, presents a transformative guide to psychological wellness in "A Concise Guide to Acceptance and Cognitive Therapy: ACT for Beginners." Drawing on years of expertise in the field of mindfulness for mental health, Rev. Joticandā offers readers a practical roadmap for understanding the intricate connections between thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, while providing actionable tools to cultivate mindfulness and psychological flexibility. In this guidebook, Rev. Joticandā simplifies the complexities of Acceptance and Cognitive Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness-based Exposure Therapy (MET) for a wide range of readers, from mental health professionals to individuals seeking personal growth. The book introduces readers to the core principles of Acceptance and Cognitive Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness-based Exposure Therapy (MET) in a clear and concise manner, guides them through a series of step-by-step exercises and worksheets designed to integrate ACT principles into their daily lives, and assists readers to experience the life-changing impact of this therapeutic approach. Through the core techniques of ACT and MET, Rev. Joticandā emphasizes the importance of accepting thoughts and feelings, rather than suppressing or controlling them, and provides practical techniques such as cognitive defusion, values-based action, and a Mindful Exposure Model to cultivate greater self-awareness and resilience. Rev. Joticandā's engaging and accessible writing style makes complex psychological concepts easily understandable and relatable, making this book a valuable resource for mental health professionals, students in the field, and individuals seeking personal growth and transformation. With a focus on cognitive defusion, values-based action, and a Mindful Exposure Model, this guidebook is a valuable resource for anyone seeking to overcome anxiety, depression, or personal challenges, and achieve a greater sense of well-being, resilience, and peace.