ACT Training

Our acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) series takes professionals who have only heard of ACT to implementing it fluidly with clients on a daily basis.

24 CE Hrs

ACT Immersion

Steven C. Hayes, PhD

ACT Immersion is a deep dive into acceptance and commitment therapy as a process-based therapy. Over 10 modules you’ll learn how to read the six psychological flexibility processes and target them with a wide range of exercises. Through several real-play therapy sessions, clinical tapes and exercises, Dr. Hayes demonstrates first-hand how to skillfully apply ACT with clients.

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On-Demand Course

23.5 CE Hrs

ACT in Practice

Steven C. Hayes, PhD

ACT in Practice focuses on bridging the gap between theory and application by building on a foundational understanding of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and providing a process-based framework for putting it into action.

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On-Demand Course

16 CE Hrs

Focused ACT for Brief Interventions

Kirk Strosahl, PhD, and Patti Robinson, PhD

This course teaches you focused acceptance and commitment therapy (FACT), a system for making the most of every minute and catalyzing transformational change from your very first session with a client. After completing the course, you’ll have a set of concrete steps and tools to help you organize sessions, create impactful interventions, and make a difference with any client in a short amount of time.

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On-Demand Course

16 CE Hrs

Feedback-Enhanced ACT

Lou Lasprugato, MFT

This innovative live online course is designed to deepen, broaden, and sharpen your clinical skills in ACT. You’ll practice shaping psychological flexibility through modeling, evoking, and reinforcing behavior, and utilize your own experiences to expand your existing skill set.

Fridays, January 14 - March 4 , 2022 (4:00 pm–6:00 pm ET)

Live Online Course

12 CE Hrs

Working with Acceptance, Mindfulness, and Values in Chronic Pain

Kevin Vowles, PhD

This innovative live online course is designed to deepen, broaden, and sharpen your clinical skills in ACT. You’ll practice shaping psychological flexibility through modeling, evoking, and reinforcing behavior, and utilize your own experiences to expand your existing skill set.

Tuesdays, March 29 - May 3 , 2022 (12:00 pm–2:00 pm ET)

Live Online Course