Acceptance and Commitment Therapy SIG

July 2011 event: “ACT Made Simple: Developing Your Skills in Acceptance & Commitment Therapy” with Russ Harris

In Trainer, Training Events on February 13, 2011 at 5:21 pm

The BABCP ACT SIG is very pleased to announce a 2-day intermediate workshop with Russ Harris, a leading international ACT trainer and author of “The Happiness Trap” and “ACT Made Simple”. The workshop will be held in central London, 6-7 July 2011.

This workshop will provide the opportunity to further develop your skills in ACT; due to the experiential and skills-based nature of this workshop places are limited.

Details are below.

ACT Made Simple: Developing Your Skills in Acceptance & Commitment Therapy with Russ Harris

Wednesday 6th – Thursday 7th July 2011

Central London

This two day workshop is both didactic and experiential, and assumes that you are familiar with the ACT model. Ideally you will have attended at least one ACT introductory workshop before attending this one.

The workshop will cover case conceptualisation; depression and anxiety; working with mandated or coerced clients; ‘selling ACT’ to your clients; getting to values when your client says ‘I don’t know’; overcoming resistance and motivating the unmotivated; suicidality and trauma; anger and addiction; compassion and forgiveness.


Russ Harris a medical practitioner, psychotherapist and one of the foremost ACT trainers in the world. His workshops are highly acclaimed and he is renowned for his ability to make complex ideas simple, clear and accessible. Russ is also the author of the very popular self-help book, ‘The Happiness Trap’ and the treatment guide, ‘ACT Made Simple’.

Workshop prices:

BABCP Members: £180

Non – Members: £210

Student: £120 (limited places)

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