The Committed Action domain in the Acceptance and Commitment Therapy hexagon model is where the clinician and client create a plan for behavior change in the direction of the client’s chosen values. The ACT therapist invites the client to engage in important, clinically-relevant, overt responses that assist in broadening psychological flexibility, and living a life of meaning. These may be behaviors that the client previously avoided or they may be newly learned skills. In the service of their life-affirming goals, the client executes behavior they might have been too inflexible to execute until now. Committed action interventions are often drawn from traditional behavior therapy and other empirically-supported treatments. This webinar will define “commitment” and discuss how to blend ACT with other evidence-based approaches.
Wednesday, November 23, 2016 1:00 PM - 3:00 PMEastern Time
*Please note that complete attendance is necessary at all required training sessions for continuing education certification. No partial CE will be awarded.
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