FREE WEBINAR: Magic ACT: Transforming Pain into Purpose with Clinical RFT

CE Hours available ( How do I get my CE? )
Lou Lasprugato, MFT Peer-reviewed ACT trainer and therapist

About This Course

As a practicing clinician, you may often find yourself in therapeutic encounters where you intuitively sense a path from the client’s inflexible response to emotional pain to more flexible ways of responding that also evoke meaning and purpose. And yet, illuminating this path for the client can remain elusive, even with a foundational skill set in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). While ACT facilitates an open and curious exploration of both painful feelings and deeply held values, Relational Frame Theory (RFT) offers a direct link among these private events, and thus, a road map from pain to purpose.

RFT, when applied clinically, advances a set of interventions (i.e. relational frames) for transforming the function of painful private events by altering their context. In other words, an emotion previously perceived as aversive or threatening can become a renewable source of meaning and purpose when approached with timely, sensitive, and values-guided questions. In this free webinar, you will learn about how to strategically integrate this application of RFT into an ACT therapeutic approach. You will have the opportunity to observe and personally experience how various relationally framed questions can add meaningful and/or purposeful functions to painful experiences through derived relational responding.


Session 1: November 13, 2020, 4:00 pm-5:30 pm EDT

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