Acceptance and Commitment Therapy SIG

Steve Hayes’ “Developing Skills in ACT” workshop, London – September 2010

In London Network, Trainer, Training Events on May 9, 2010 at 9:44 am

The ACT SIG committee are very pleased to announce an upcoming 2-day workshop with Steve Hayes, to be held in London in September 2010.

In response to ACT SIG members’ requests for training events that are a step after introductory workshops, this event will enable therapists to further develop their skills and confidence in using ACT.

This workshop promises to be a unique and inspiring opportunity to learn experientially from Steve Hayes, one of the founders of ACT, on the process of doing ACT and the latest developments in the model. 

Details below.


Developing Skills in Acceptance & Commitment Therapy with Steve Hayes


Thursday 23rd – Friday 24th September 2010

University College London, Gower Street, London


This two day experiential workshop will focus on incorporating the ACT model into your practice, to provide both treatment strategies for clients with a wide range of clinical issues and also to enhance the therapeutic relationship. The workshop is aimed at therapists with some familiarity or experience with ACT who are looking to advance their knowledge and skills.


Steven C. Hayes is one of the founders of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Relational Frame Theory (RFT). Steve is author of 32 books including the best-selling self-help book Get Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life. He is currently Nevada Foundation Professor at the Department of Psychology at the University of Nevada.

Early Bird registration fee (closes 1st August)

Student: £90

BABCP Member: £180

Non Member: £210

Late registration fee

Student: £120

BABCP Member: £210

Non Member: £240


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