ACT and The Scope of Practice in ABA by Dr. Szabo

$5 of the course proceeds are donated to Commit and ACT Foundation.

ABA practitioners are reading about Acceptance and Commitment Training (ACT) in empirical journals and social media but most graduate schools do not yet offer formal training or supervision in this modality of treatment. Credentialed behavior analysts are required to work within their scope of competence; therefore, it is incumbent upon them to seek training, consultation, or supervision before using treatments for which they have not yet developed proficiency. Additionally, because ACT was originally developed as a mode psychotherapy, behavior analysts using ACT must learn critical boundaries between ACT used in psychotherapy and ACT used in ABA treatment. This webinar provides a very brief overview of the ACT model of psychological flexibility, how it fits in the broader landscape of psychology, how it can be used in ABA, where to get training and where to get consultation or supervision.

1 CE hour will be provided by Mindful Behavior for attending this web course to completion.

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Course Includes

  • 1 Lesson
  • Course Certificate