Do you work with clients who experience distressing psychosis? Wondering how ACT – and mindfulness in general – can help? Want to help your clients more effectively manage distressing symptoms so they can lead full, rich and meaningful lives? ACTp is a powerful behavioural approach that incorporates acceptance and mindfulness techniques to help people to disentangle from difficult thoughts, feelings or distressing experiences in order to engage in behaviours that are guided by personal values.
In this workshop, Joe will introduce the core skills and knowledge to help people recover from psychosis, using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Psychosis (ACTp).
In this workshop you will:
Dr Joe Oliver is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and course director for the post graduate diploma in CBT for Psychosis at University College London. He also works as a clinician within the UK National Health Service (NHS) and is Director for Contextual Consulting, offering ACT-focused training, supervision, and therapy.
Joe regularly delivers teaching and training on both ACT and cognitive behavioural therapies, in the UK and internationally and is an ACBS peer reviewed trainer. He is an effective and engaging speaker and consistently receives excellent feedback on his workshops (see testimonials HERE).
Joe is co-editor of the textbook, “Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Mindfulness for Psychosis” co-author the popular ACT self-help book, “ACTivate Your Life” and “ACT for Psychosis Recovery”.
£35 + VAT (£42 including VAT)