Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) training is available for professionals in caring roles who support adults, couples, families, teens, and children.
This is a rare opportunity to receive training in Acceptance Commitment Therapy in Dubai by the world renowned ACT Master Trainer, Dr. Robyn Walser.
With ACT training the client learns to commit to life as it is now, and respond to it in the creative ways that reflect their authentic self. They practice keeping their focus on what is most important as they let themselves experience the natural ups and downs of a life well lived.
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Workshop 1 – ACT training is available for the caring professionals.
When : Saturday May 6th and Sunday May 7th 2023, 9am-6pm
Where : Fairgreen International School, The Sustainable City, Dubai
Fee* : 2,495 AED Excl. VAT
Earlybird Discount* : 2,150 AED Excl. VAT for a limited number of places prior to March 11th.
What can I expect from the training?
Dr. Walser’s ACT trainings are dynamic, warm and challenging. The workshop features a combination of lectures and experiential exercises designed to provide a unique learning opportunity in this state-of-the-art intervention.
CPD pending confirmation from DHA.
You will gain an understanding of:
- The six core processes of human functioning, as described by the ACT model.
- How we get stuck & rigid & how we can pivot to flexibility & freedom.
- How language ‘works’ & how it plays a role in human suffering.
- Your capacity for therapeutic presence & developing an ACT consistent ‘stance’ with your clients
- How the ACT six core processes can show up in you as well as in the relationship with your clients
About the Facilitator – Dr. Robyn Walser
- Globally recognised expert in ACT and delivering ACT Training.
- Providing ACT workshops since 1997.
- Assistant Professor at the University of California, Berkeley.
- Best known for her dynamic, warm, and challenging ACT training sessions.
- Many often refer to her as a clinician’s clinician, while others describe her as a “passionate, creative, and bold ACT trainer and therapist.”