Online Training and Continuing Education

We offer multiple formats of high-quality online training to fit the busy calendars of mental health professionals:
Scheduled Live Online Courses, Free Webinars, and Flexible On-Demand Courses.

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Live Online Courses

12 CE Hrs

From Ally to Antiracist

Jonathan Kanter, PhD, Robyn Gobin, PhD, Daniel Rosen, PhD

This 6-week course employs a contextual-behavioral model of racism to cultivate personal and professional antiracist action among clinicians of privilege. You’ll learn how to more effectively work with issues of race and racism in therapy and how to promote social justice within your professional community.

Mondays, February 1 - March 15 , 2021 (3:00 pm–5:00 pm ET)

Live Online Course

2 CE Hrs

Commit and Act: Games and Frames: Using RFT to Play with Language and Expand your Clinical Repertoire

Miranda Morris, PhD

Prosocial is the first change method based on Evolutionary Science that enhances cooperation and collaboration for groups of all types and sizes and is effective at a global scale. In this training, Prosocial will be introduced in the form of the ACT Matrix and Ostrom’s Core Design Principles.

Tuesday February 23, 2021  (4:00 pm–6:00 pm ET)

Live Online Course

16 CE Hrs

Foundations of Compassion-Focused Therapy

Dennis Tirch, PhD, Laura Silberstein-Tirch, PsyD

This online workshop will take you on an experiential journey into the foundations of CFT. Through small group work and a series of experiential exercises, you will build the foundation needed to advance your CFT skills and grow as a clinician.

Mondays, March 1 - April 19 , 2021 (1:00 pm–3:00 pm ET)

Live Online Course

2 CE Hrs

Commit and Act: Bringing Functional Assessment to Prosocial

Stuart Libman, MD

Prosocial is the first change method based on Evolutionary Science that enhances cooperation and collaboration for groups of all types and sizes and is effective at a global scale. In this training, Prosocial will be introduced in the form of the ACT Matrix and Ostrom’s Core Design Principles.

Thursday March 11, 2021  (2:00 pm–4:00 pm ET)

Live Online Course

18 CE Hrs

ACT in Behavior Analysis: 9-week Consultation Course (March 2021)

Thomas Szabo, PhD, BCBA-D

In this intimate consultation course, Dr. Szabo will model ACT skills with clients, engage you in case-specific role-plays, give feedback about your integration of ACT, and assist you in setting goals so you can make the most of every session.

Fridays, March 26 - May 21 , 2021 (1:00 pm–3:00 pm ET)

Live Online Course

8 CE Hrs

Scientist Educator Workshop for Behavior Analysts and Educators

Kimberly Nix Berens, PhD, Nicholas M. Berens, PhD, Kendra Newsome, PhD, Donny Newsome, PhD

This 4-session course is designed to give behavior analysts and educators powerful tools to engage in the rigorous implementation of applied scientific activity in their daily practice. You’ll build a foundational understanding of the scientist-educator model and practice designing effective learning environments.

Thursdays, April 8 - April 29 , 2021 (3:30 pm–5:30 pm ET)

Live Online Course

14 CE Hrs

Introduction to ACT in Trauma Work

Robyn Walser, PhD

Mindfulness and acceptance strategies can serve to reduce the impact of triggers on life challenges such as trauma, anxiety, depression, and substance abuse behavior. This workshop will focus on ACT as an intervention more broadly with a shift to ACT for trauma in the latter half of the training.

April 9-10 and 23-24, 2021 (10:00 am–1:00 pm ET)

Live Online Course

12 CE Hrs

ACT 1 Online: Introduction to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (April 2021)

Lou Lasprugato, MFT

ACT 1 is a comprehensive introduction to acceptance and commitment therapy. This 6-session course gives you the tools to help clients open up to uncomfortable sensations in the service of experiencing their lives fully and moving towards what matters.

Fridays, April 9 - May 14 , 2021 (4:00 pm–6:00 pm ET)

Live Online Course

18 CE Hrs

ACT in Behavior Analysis: 9-week Consultation Course (July 2021)

Thomas Szabo, PhD, BCBA-D

In this intimate consultation course, Dr. Szabo will model ACT skills with clients, engage you in case-specific role-plays, give feedback about your integration of ACT, and assist you in setting goals so you can make the most of every session.

Fridays, July 9 - September 3 , 2021 (1:00 pm–3:00 pm ET)

Live Online Course

16 CE Hrs

Superhero Therapy

Janina Scarlet, PhD

This course will focus on how to incorporate popular culture and interactive games into evidence-based therapies in order to help clients break through therapeutic resistance and better manage anxiety, depression, PTSD, and other psychological disorders.

Mondays, July 12 - August 30 , 2021 (12:00 pm–2:00 pm ET)

Live Online Course

12 CE Hrs

Process-Based CBT for Anxiety

Stefan Hofmann, PhD

This course will demonstrate how to use PB-CBT to target key treatment processes by combining functional analysis with a client-based network approach. Through a detailed exploration of social and generalized anxiety, you’ll learn the unique features of this approach and how to use it with your own clients.

Tuesdays, August 3 - September 7 , 2021 (12:00 pm–2:00 pm ET)

Live Online Course

18 CE Hrs

ACT in Behavior Analysis: 9-week Consultation Course (September 2021)

Thomas Szabo, PhD, BCBA-D

In this intimate consultation course, Dr. Szabo will model ACT skills with clients, engage you in case-specific role-plays, give feedback about your integration of ACT, and assist you in setting goals so you can make the most of every session.

Fridays, September 24 - November 19 , 2021 (1:00 pm–3:00 pm ET)

Live Online Course

On-Demand Courses