Total Credits: 6 including 6 Psychologists -APA (Live Events), 6 Psychologist-Vermont, 6 Clinical Social Worker-Vermont, 6 LCMHC/LMFT-Vermont
This experiential discussion will introduce the theory and practice of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) through both a high-level discussion of ACT’s goals and techniques, and through practicing those techniques ourselves. This class is an introduction to ACT that may help therapists decide whether or not to pursue further training and experiences, but it’s also an opportunity for those more experienced with ACT to practice, discuss, and explore in a supportive group environment.
Graduate psychology/behavioral health students, use code STUDENT20 for the student discount (total price $65.00).
By the end of the program participants will be able to:
|ACT: An Experiential Introduction--Notes (1.1 MB)||36 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Martin Seehuus, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of psychology at Middlebury College and a clinical educator at the University of Vermont’s department of psychological science. His clinical background includes education and experience in CBT, DBT, and ACT, as well as the not-as-easily-abbreviated existential-phenomenological approach. His published research covers a broad range of topics, including sexuality, fantasy, sleep disturbance, and college student and refugee mental health. His teaching includes human sexuality, CBT for insomnia, ACT, and a comparative review of theories of clinical psychology. He lives in Middlebury, where he sometimes paints things.
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