ACT in Behavior Analysis 9-week Consultation Course
Learn How to Get the Most Out of ACT Work with Your Clients
About This Course
- Engage in fluency drills to hone your skills at identifying the six core ACT repertoire deficits from small bits of dialogue.
- Identify competing contingencies of reinforcement, verbal delay discounting, verbally mediated under and over-matching, behavioral inertia, and other means by which client verbal behavior derails your efforts to bring behavior under relevant stimulus control.
- Craft intervention targets to bring client behavior under the control of appropriate contingencies of reinforcement.
- Practice in-the-moment creation of unique, client-specific exercises.
- Harness the metaphors your clients use to expand flexible relational networks and undermine thorny verbal rules.
June 14, 2019, 1 PM—3 PM EDT
June 21, 2019, 1 PM—3 PM EDT
July 12, 2019, 1 PM—3 PM EDT
July 19, 2019, 1 PM—3 PM EDT
July 26, 2019, 1 PM—3 PM EDT
August 2, 2019, 1 PM—3 PM EDT
August 9, 2019, 1 PM—3 PM EDT
August 16, 2019, 1 PM—3 PM EDT
August 23, 2019, 1 PM—3 PM EDT
Participants will be able to:
- Set goals, identify barriers, review expectations, establish measurement and consultation program-evaluation strategy.
- Identify the six repertoires involved in behavioral flexibility and inflexibility.
- Evaluate speech for competing contingencies, delay discounting, inertia, matching, and defective stimulus control.
- Analyze the same speech for experiential avoidance, fusion, over-focus on past or future events, rigid perspective-taking, unclear priorities, and behavioral alignment with values.
- Describe recent applied literature on establishing a variety of relational frames.
- Apply interventions to behavior with different functions.
- Practice helping clients set goals, identify potential barriers and interventions, and monitor progress.
- Practice intervening and helping clients set goals, identify barriers, plan interventions, and monitor progress.
- Identify and analyze metaphors in client speech and use them to transform stimulus functions.
- Use physical movement to address deficits and excesses in core ACT repertoires.
- Use physical movement plus items found in your clinic- or home-based service environments to address deficits and excesses in core ACT repertoires.
- Develop games, initiatives, and writing and reading activities to promote ACT repertoires.
- Set personal goals for using ACT training in your practice.
- Identify barriers and interventions, design measurement and intervention evaluation strategy with clients.
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