Free training

Our FREE acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) training sessions give you an overview of some important psychology frameworks and ACT themes. For  a more in-depth understanding of ACT, visit our live and on-demand training workshops. Don’t forget to also read our blog or visit our resources and knowledge hub to further enhance your ACT training.

An introduction to the ACT model

Discover the basics in a FREE hour-long workshop
Dr Joe Oliver
Access is for 12 months after purchase
1 hours (1 CE credit)

Overview Acceptance and commitment therapy, (ACT) is an exciting and powerful approach for understanding and working ...

Frame by frame

Free workshop: A user-friendly guide to understanding relational frame theory
Siri Ming
1.5 hours (1.5 APA CEs / BACB CEUs)
5th Nov 2024

Please book your place early as this is highly likely to sell out. No matter your ...

ACT in focus: navigating processes, procedures, and future directions

FREE workshop recording
Dr Richard Bennett
Access is for 6 months after purchase
2 (2 CE credits)

Calling all ACT practitioners, therapists, and researchers! Prepare for an enlightening lecture featuring renowned ACT ...

Facing the Storm with Dr Ray Owen

FREE workshop recording
Dr Ray Owen
Access is for 6 months
3 hours (3 CE credits)

Bad things can happen to any of us. And sometimes, no matter how much we ...

Understanding cognitive defusion from an RFT perspective

Conceptualising of defusion in terms of its relationship to basic behavioural concepts: for Persian speakers/ برای فارسی زبانان
Hossein Saeedi / حسین سعیدی
Access is for 6 months after purchase/ دسترسی به مدت 6 ماه پس از ثبت نام
2 hours/ 2 ساعت

This workshop is for Persian speakers The subprocess of cognitive defusion is a valuable factor for ...

 

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