PRE-WORKSHOP READING

Please make sure to do the pre-workshop reading prior to attending the workshop. You will get a lot more out of it if you do.

Aside from the readings below, you may like to take a look at some of the articles & papers on the Articles & Papers page.

ACT Made Simple

Compulsory reading: to get the full benefit out of the ACT Made Simple workshop, please read the first chapter of ‘ACT Made Simple – 2nd edition’: click here to download

Trauma-Focused ACT

This advanced-level training assumes at least beginners-level knowledge of ACT, with an understanding of common technical terms (e.g. ‘creative hopelessness’, ‘self-as-context’).

Prior to the training, please read the first chapter of Russ’s latest textbook, Trauma-Focused ACT: click here to download

Also, if you aren’t familiar with the basic techniques below, please read up on them in advance, as they will be referenced during the training.

ACT For Depression & Anxiety Disorders

This advanced-level training assumes at least beginners-level knowledge of ACT, with an understanding of common technical terms (e.g. ‘creative hopelessness’, ‘self-as-context’). If you aren’t familiar with the ‘choice point’, please read about it here, in the first chapter of ‘ACT Made Simple, 2nd edition’: click here to download

And if you don’t know the basic techniques below, please read up on them in advance, as they will be referenced during the training:

ACT For Relationships

This advanced-level training assumes at least beginners-level knowledge of ACT, with an understanding of common technical terms (e.g. ‘creative hopelessness’, ‘self-as-context’). If you aren’t familiar with the ‘choice point’, please read about it here, in the first chapter of ‘ACT Made Simple, 2nd edition’: click here to download

And if you don’t know the basic techniques below, please read up on them in advance, as they will be referenced during the training: