ACT Consultation and Problems of Practice
Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention welcomes Dr. Harold Robb, PhD!
About the Presenter
Dr. Robb is a Peer-Reviewed ACT Trainer with more than 20 years’ experience in private practice, and is a noted presenter in the field. His specialties include topics such as anger, procrastination, mood and anxiety disorders, phobic avoidance, guilt or depression, obsessive behaviors, and addictive behavior. Dr. Robb is Board-Certified in both Counseling Psychology and Behavioral & Cognitive Psychology. He is also the lead author in more than 30 publications on subjects like Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapies, ACT, and many more.
This 3 hour, interactive web-based event is designed for ABA practitioners who have some experience using ACT in their practice, and who have met barriers to progress in this process. Dr. Robb will discuss specific case-related challenges with each of the participants, and provide feedback based on his extensive experience with ACT as a function-based intervention for observable behavior change.
Participants in this workshop will each have an opportunity to share a specific problem-of-practice related to their use of ACT with a client. Dr. Robb will provide direct feedback and work with the participant to identify potentially effective new approaches.
Space in this workshop is extremely limited, given the active participation and feedback model.
- Attendees will describe the function and utility of the six ‘ACT core processes’.
- Attendees will describe examples/identify scenarios in which these processes should be targeted.
- Attendees will identify and troubleshoot ineffective applications of ACT in their own practice.
Number of CEU’s available: 3.0 BACB Type-II CEU’s
Cost to Attend: $60 (includes registration and CEU’s)