Seeing it As it is: Cognitive Defusion

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Speakers: Jacob Martinez, MA, LPC (Learn more about this speaker.)
CEU(s) Available: 1.0 for Texas LPCs CE Provider #3449
Duration: 60 minutes
Modality: Live webinar on: Thursday, April 18th 11AM-12PM CST & 72 hours after live event online, on-demand, video.

Special Offer: This hour-long training is a free-standing component of a larger 8-week course on ACT. If you purchase all course components at once you can obtain a 20% discount off the package with the coupon code: “ACTNaturally”.

Abstract: In this introductory ACT course, you will learn how to help your clients see past their thoughts to their direct experience. You will learn about ‘cognitive defusion’ and how the properties of language keep us from seeing our world and our experience as it is. You will learn exercises and metaphors that will help your clients connect to their experience as ‘what it is’ not ‘what it says it is.’

What is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy?
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (or “ACT”) is an empirically supported behavioral treatment. ACT has hundreds of Randomized Controlled Trials (RCTs) demonstrating its effectiveness in treating a wide range of diagnoses. Additionally, ACT is a treatment developed from basic research on learning principles (i.e., behavior analysis and Relational Frame Theory; RFT). ACT has been recognized as by the American Psychological Association, Society of Clinical Psychology, Div 12 as a treatment with modest to strong effectiveness at treating a number of common problems of human suffering, including chronic pain, depression, mixed anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and psychosis. To learn more about the Society of Clinical Psychology’s list of evidence-based treatments, click here. 

After your order processes, you will be able to log into your My ENSO profile to obtain the webinar link and password to register and attend the live webinar. If you cannot attend the live event you may still purchase and watch the on-demand video version 72 hours after the live webinar has aired. The on-demand video will be made available in your My ENSO profile, listed under your courses. Attendees to either the live event or the on-demand event will be able to obtain CE credits (if purchased) by completing the evaluation. Continuing education certificates are available immediately upon completion of the course and evaluation. Your certificate will remain available in your My ENSO profile.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Participants will be able to describe at least one defusion method they might use in clinical practice.

Jacob Martinez, MA, LPC is a Licensed Professional Counselor with years of experience teaching ACT to clinicians and clients. Learn more about this speaker here. 

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Speakers: Jacob Martinez, MA, LPC (Learn more about this speaker.)
CEU(s) Available: 1.0 for Texas LPCs CE Provider #3449
Duration: 60 minutes
Modality: Live webinar on: Thursday, April 18th 11AM-12PM CST & 72 hours after live event online, on-demand, video.

Special Offer: This hour-long training is a free-standing component of a larger 8-week course on ACT. If you purchase all course components at once you can obtain a 20% discount off the package with the coupon code: “ACTNaturally”.

Abstract: In this introductory ACT course, you will learn how to help your clients see past their thoughts to their direct experience. You will learn about ‘cognitive defusion’ and how the properties of language keep us from seeing our world and our experience as it is. You will learn exercises and metaphors that will help your clients connect to their experience as ‘what it is’ not ‘what it says it is.’

What is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy?
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (or “ACT”) is an empirically supported behavioral treatment. ACT has hundreds of Randomized Controlled Trials (RCTs) demonstrating its effectiveness in treating a wide range of diagnoses. Additionally, ACT is a treatment developed from basic research on learning principles (i.e., behavior analysis and Relational Frame Theory; RFT). ACT has been recognized as by the American Psychological Association, Society of Clinical Psychology, Div 12 as a treatment with modest to strong effectiveness at treating a number of common problems of human suffering, including chronic pain, depression, mixed anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and psychosis. To learn more about the Society of Clinical Psychology’s list of evidence-based treatments, click here. 

After your order processes, you will be able to log into your My ENSO profile to obtain the webinar link and password to register and attend the live webinar. If you cannot attend the live event you may still purchase and watch the on-demand video version 72 hours after the live webinar has aired. The on-demand video will be made available in your My ENSO profile, listed under your courses. Attendees to either the live event or the on-demand event will be able to obtain CE credits (if purchased) by completing the evaluation. Continuing education certificates are available immediately upon completion of the course and evaluation. Your certificate will remain available in your My ENSO profile.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Participants will be able to describe at least one defusion method they might use in clinical practice.

Jacob Martinez, MA, LPC is a Licensed Professional Counselor with years of experience teaching ACT to clinicians and clients. Learn more about this speaker here. 

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