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RFT/ACT Cohort

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This 8-week webinar series will include the basics of relational frame theory, outlining relational responding and how it can be utilized in everyday practice. We will discuss briefly what relational frame theory is and how to utilize derived relational responding through programming targets. We will discuss how to implement some PEAK strategies as well as how to create unique individualized targets. We will review how RFT relates to ACT and how to develop unique ACT targets as well as use published curriculum. We will wrap things up by viewing treatment planning and program creation through an ACT and RFT lens.

Learning Objectives:

  • What is relational frame theory
    • Describe relational frame theory- where it came from
    • Describe what derived relational responding is in its basic form
  • How to employ relational responding to create individualized programming
    • Moving from scientist to practitioner
    • Example “standard programming” to derived relational programming
    • How to write this in a treatment plan
  • Employing PEAK to teach derivation
    • Pick a PEAK program or two and discuss how relations are taught
    • Pick a PEAK program or two and discuss how to modify to an individual
    • How to write this in a treatment plan
  • How RFT relates to ACT
    • What is ACT
    • What about ACT is related to RFT
  • How to employ ACT/ Mindfulness – using published curriculum


Dec 02 2021


8:00 pm - 9:00 pm



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