Focused ACT for
Brief Interventions

Enrollment for Focused ACT for Brief Interventions is currently closed. Join the waitlist below and get an exclusive sneak peek.

Focused ACT for Brief Interventions 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 this on-demand 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. 

Click the link below to get an exclusive, free sneak peek into the course and be first to know when the doors open.

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In this video excerpt from Focused ACT for Brief Interventions, Dr. Strosahl focuses on a challenge many practitioners face: what to do when a client returns for a follow-up session and hasn’t done their homework.

Focused ACT for Brief Interventions reopens for enrollment later this year.

This course is approved for 16 CE hours. Prior to registering, please view all CE/CME information here.

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Focused ACT for
Brief Interventions

Enrollment for Focused ACT for Brief Interventions is currently closed. Join the waitlist below and get an exclusive sneak peek.

Focused ACT for Brief Interventions 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.

In 6 content-packed modules, you’ll learn the structure of FACT sessions as well as strategies for efficiently building psychological flexibility as the trainers guide you through insightful video instruction, clinical roleplays, and practical exercises to help you personalize and apply what you’ve learned.

After completing this on-demand 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. 

Click the link below to get an exclusive, free sneak peek into the course and be first to know when the doors open.

In this video excerpt from Focused ACT for Brief Interventions, Dr. Strosahl focuses on a challenge many practitioners face: what to do when a client returns for a follow-up session and hasn’t done their homework.

Focused ACT for Brief Interventions reopens for enrollment later this year.

This course is approved for 16 CE hours. Prior to registering, please view all CE/CME information here.

In this video, you’ll learn:

  • Why a client not completing the planned experiment can actually be a perfect outcome between sessions
  • Strategies for preventing clients from being further demotivated by the situation
  • How to use “failure” as an opportunity to learn more about the case and the core problem
  • Why you should be curious about what the client did do instead of what they didn’t do
  • The demeanor and approach you need to talk about this experience instead of brushing past it to the next thing

A personal note about the course from
Patti Robinson and Kirk Strosahl:

Imagine a world in which you routinely conclude therapy in half the time with even better results.

This is the dream for many therapists, especially as more people turn to mental health professionals for help and we find ourselves with bigger and bigger caseloads.

No matter how far we stretch ourselves, we only have so much time.

So, how do we do more with less?

This is the question that led us to develop focused acceptance and commitment therapy (or FACT), a streamlined method for using ACT principles to build psychological flexibility. 

We’ve taught this approach to practitioners all over the world who want to move at a quicker pace, engage clients more effectively, and get results in less time. And now we’re sharing it in what we believe to be our best training yet.

True to the FACT philosophy, this online course is an exceptionally focused training.

To it, we’ve brought our very best tools. Not all of our tools, but our finest. And we teach them in an accessible way using a variety of roleplay sessions to demonstrate how they can best be implemented.

After taking this course, you’ll approach sessions with a concrete strategy and confidence in knowing that the conversation you’re about to have will be unlike any the client has had before.

That’s the whole deal: to change their perspective of their own suffering so they see options beyond shutting out life to avoid the pain.

When you can do this effectively, you can open up a new world for that person — even in as little as a single visit — and open up space to help more people in the long run.

That’s what’s in store for you in this course. 

We hope you’ll join us inside when the doors open.

– Patti Robinson and Kirk Strosahl

A personal note about the course from Patti Robinson and Kirk Strosahl:

Imagine a world in which you routinely conclude therapy in half the time with even better results.

This is the dream for many therapists, especially as more people turn to mental health professionals for help and we find ourselves with bigger and bigger caseloads.

No matter how far we stretch ourselves, we only have so much time.

So, how do we do more with less?

This is the question that led us to develop focused acceptance and commitment therapy (or FACT), a streamlined method for using ACT principles to build psychological flexibility. 

We’ve taught this approach to practitioners all over the world who want to move at a quicker pace, engage clients more effectively, and get results in less time. And now we’re sharing it in what we believe to be our best training yet.

True to the FACT philosophy, this online course is an exceptionally focused training.

To it, we’ve brought our very best tools. Not all of our tools, but our finest. And we teach them in an accessible way using a variety of roleplay sessions to demonstrate how they can best be implemented.

After taking this course, you’ll approach sessions with a concrete strategy and confidence in knowing that the conversation you’re about to have will be unlike any the client has had before.

That’s the whole deal: to change their perspective of their own suffering so they see options beyond shutting out life to avoid the pain.

When you can do this effectively, you can open up a new world for that person — even in as little as a single visit — and open up space to help more people in the long run.

That’s what’s in store for you in this course. 

We hope you’ll join us inside when the doors open.

– Patti Robinson and Kirk Strosahl