Dr Joe Oliver

Dr Joe Oliver is a consultant clinical psychologist and founder of Contextual Consulting, an organisation providing training, supervision and therapy in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). He is also an associate professor and overall programme director for the University College London CBT for Severe Mental Health Problems post graduate programme.

Joe is an active member of the Association of Contextual Behavioural Science (ACBS), previously holding the position of secretary on the ACBS UK & Ireland Chapter Board. He is also a peer reviewed ACBS ACT trainer and an ACBS fellow. Joe regularly provides ACT and contextual-cognitive behavioural therapy training, both nationally and internationally.

He has written 6 ACT books, including: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy & Mindfulness for Psychosis, and the self help book, ACTivate Your Life and several text books, including Acceptance and Commitment Coaching, ACT: 100 Key Points and Techniques and most recently, the Mindfulness and Acceptance Workbook for Self Esteem.

On-demand training presented by Dr Joe Oliver

An introduction to the ACT model

Discover the basics in a FREE hour-long workshop

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Getting unstuck and working with resistance

A practical guide to using creative hopelessness in ACT

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The ACT matrix for beginners

A practical and easy to understand introduction to the ...

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Relational Frame Theory (RFT) made simple

A practical and easy to understand introduction to rela...

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ACT for beginners workshop

An introduction to Acceptance & Commitment Therapy

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