An introduction to ACT designed for students and professionals in the mental health field. Perfect for those with no prior experience with the ACT model. Learn the foundation of ACT and how to enhance your practice with skills designed to promote client growth and quality of life. The style of this workshop is approximately 40% experiential activity, 60% didactic. Attendees will learn how to conceptualize psychopathology and wellness in ACT terms, learn the basics of the underlying science and philosophy of ACT (Relational Frame Theory, and Functional Contextualism), practice basic ACT skills on self and others; and leave with an understanding of the ACT philosophy and point of view.
Upon completion of this workshop, attendees will be able to:
- Explain the six core processes of ACT
- Describe the theoretical underpinnings of ACT (RFT and Functional Contextualism)
- Utilize ACT framework in case conceptualization
- Apply basic ACT skills to self and common client populations
Date: Workshop will be held on Friday March 31st, from 12:30PM - 4:30PM, with lunch provided (Most likely from Chick-Fil-A).
Location: 8105 Rasor Blvd. Plano, Texas 75024 - Conference Room #1
Attendance is $85 if registered before March 10th, and $100 if registered March 10th or later.
Special Bring-A-Friend Pricing: Pay for two seats to the training at a lower cost. $158 if registered before March 10th, and $188 if registered March 10th or later.
Cancellation & Refund Policy: Cancellations received prior to March 20th will be given a full refund. No refunds will be given after March 20th, 2017.
Continuing Education: 4.0 hours of continuing education will be provided for this training.
Certificates of completion and CEs are included with registration, and available for Texas LPCs, Texas Social Workers, and Texas LMFTs. No partial CE credit is available. Attendees must be present the entire duration of the training.