Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: A New Generation of Behavioral Therapy
"What if pain is a normal part of the human condition, but avoiding or trying to control pain are the causes of suffering and long-term problems?"
-Steven C. Hayes, founder, ACT
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a new generation of behavioral therapy that is a form of Clinical Applied Behavior Analysis. This therapy is used for treating anxiety, trauma, grief, addiction, and emotional challenges for individuals of all ages. In this webinar, participants will gain a better understanding of the six core processes of ACT and its role in behavioral therapy.
In this webinar you will:
- Understand the origins of ACT
- Learn how ACT is used in Applied Behavioral Analysis
- Define the six core processes of ACT
- Identify how ACT examines language and its effect on our life experiences (both good and bad)
Instructor: Sharon M. Noble, MA, BCBA
Please note the above webinar time is in Pacific Time