Webinar: Introduction to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Date/Time

Thursday, Feb 15, 2024
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3 CEs

This training will be a clinician-focused presentation on the background and implementation of ACT. A focus of this training will be on directly applying ACT's underlying theoretical framework (RFT) to case conceptualization and ACT's model of healing (psychological flexibility) to treatment planning. The training is delivered by an expert ACT trainer showing a session with a real client using ACT to facilitate meaningful change. This training will emphasize empirically supported practice to empower clinicians.  

Learning Objectives

  • Describe ACT as an approach that empowers and welcomes all clinical orientations
  • Define psychological flexibility as a measure of health and predictor of positive long-term quality of life outcomes
  • Create a case conceptualization using psychological inflexibility as pathology
  • Identify six markers of psychological inflexibility and track outcomes of interventions
  • Establish values authorship as a means of improving commitment to behavior change outcomes

This training is intended for Social Workers, LCPCs, Psychologists, and anyone interested in the subject matter.


Sponsored By: University of Maryland School of Social Work

Cost: $70.00-$90.00


For questions, email cpe@ssw.umaryland.edu.


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