Coté, C. / Published 2021 / Presentation
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|Presenter||Charles Coté, L.C.S.W.|
|Date||October 2, 2021|
|Abstract||Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, also known simply as ACT, has become one of the fastest growing, “evidence-based,” popular and accepted approaches to psychotherapy. This presentation will provide an overview of ACT, focused
particularly on its conceptualization of psychological flexibility and related
applicability for therapy, followed by a discussion of Relational Frame Theory (RFT) and Functional Contextualism (FC), comparing it to DP concepts.
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