Everything you wanted to know about ACT but were afraid to ask

A one day online CPD event on 17/05/2024

Are you someone who uses Acceptance and Commitment Therapy in your practice? Maybe you train or supervise others who do. Do you have some questions about the model, it's theory, or it's practical application? Then this event is for you.

We are running a one-day online CPD event for ACT practitioners based on the recently released book, 'Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: Responses to Frequently Asked Questions', where the authors, Dawn Johnson and Richard Bennett, will answer questions about ACT chosen by the audience. When you register for the event we will email you a link where you can send us any questions about ACT that you would like us to address. You will also be able to vote on other people’s questions and we will use the training to address the most popular questions. Our answers might take the form of discussions, exercises, or live demonstrations, depending on the nature of the questions.

We really want to get the book we worked so hard on into people's hands and so this event is priced at just £30(+VAT), which includes a physical copy of the book sent to your postal address (RRP £18.99). In addition to the book, attendees will receive a CPD certificate.  There are limited places available so please book early if you want to come.  

This event will take place from 9:30 -16:30 GMT, on Friday, 17/05/2024. It will also be recorded so you can catch up later if attending live does not work for you.

Richard Bennett & Dawn Johnson

Dr Richard Bennett works as a Clinical Psychologist and Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist and as an Associate Professor in Psychology at the University of Birmingham. He worked in adult and forensic mental health services in the NHS for over 20 years before setting up Think Psychology, an independent psychology practice offering, therapy, supervision, and training. Richard is also an active member of the Association for Contextual Behavioural Sciences (ACBS) and the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy (BABCP). He is recognised as a BABCP accredited psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer, and an ACBS Peer-reviewed ACT trainer. He is the co-author of Acceptance & Commitment Therapy: 100 Key Points and Techniques, The Mindfulness and Acceptance Workbook for Self-Esteem, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: Responses to Frequently Asked Questions

Dr Dawn Johnson works as a Clinical Psychologist in private practice, offering therapy, teaching, training, supervision, and consultation. In a long NHS career, she gained extensive experience of adapting and differentiating ACT and other contextual behavioural interventions to work with people with intellectual disabilities, neuro-diversity, people in acute psychological distress, enduring mental health presentations, and the general public. Dawn also uses ACT systemically, having been involved in providing interventions and consultations with families, carers, non-health professionals and with NHS staff at an organisational level. She regularly delivers ACT training and ACT-informed staff wellbeing workshops. Dawn is an active member of ACBS as a board member of the UK and Ireland Chapter, and as a member of various strategic committees. She is the co-author of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: Responses to Frequently Asked Questions

I have to say I think both of you are excellent presenters and have a really impressive command of your topic. Very worthwhile and enjoyable as well as something which will help in client work

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