Strengthening Your ACT Interventions with Behavioural Theory and RFT.

Course Description

Have you ever wondered what behaviour therapy really involves and how you should do it? Have you stayed up late at night wondering if you really know the difference between respondent learning and operating learning? If you use and love ACT but want to get a tighter grasp of the underlying behavioural theory and RFT, this introductory workshop is for you.

Behaviour therapy should be closely tied to behavioural theory, thus linking science and clinical practice.

When you add Relational Frame Theory (RFT) into the behavioural theory mix, the links between science and practice get even stronger. This integration will help you to maximise the impact of your clinical interventions by adding precision and fidelity. Knowledge of basic principles will allow you to respond flexibly and effectively to all types of clinical presentations, freeing yourself from the need to rigidly adhere to diagnosis protocols.

At the end of this workshop you will be able to:

  • Describe the basic concepts of behavioural science that underpin behaviour therapy.
  • Explain the core behaviour therapy techniques and their link to operant learning.
  • Identify the new concepts in the recent developments to RFT.
  • Demonstrate effective use of RFT in clinical interventions to achieve greater precision.
  • Describe the core concepts in Process-based Behaviour Therapy (PBBT)

If you have disability and require adjustments or accommodation, please email us at to discuss your needs and we will do our best to help you.

Strengthening Your ACT Interventions with Behavioural Theory and RFT.

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