ACT Module 3 - Self as Context
Matthieu Villatte, Ph.D.
1.5 CE Credit Course
Discover techniques to address the typical problems seen in therapy that are linked to fusion with self-concepts!
This is an On Demand course that will include text posts, teaching videos, handouts, links and more. You will need an internet browser and a program that can open PDF files.
This course provides a look at self-concepts and examines the main components of the flexible self. Through the use of text posts, videos and related materials, participants will have an opportunity to learn the typical problems seen in therapy that are linked to fusion with self-concepts and will then discover techniques that can be used to assist the client in gaining flexibility and stability in their sense of self.
After completing this course participants will be able to:
- List four categories of problems seen in therapy that are linked to fusion with self-concepts.
- Identify the three main components of the flexible self.
- Apply the main techniques to help clients to gain flexibility toward self-concepts and to strengthen a stable sense of self as "perspective".
- Apply self as context techniques to help client build a sense of self as a container of experiences.
Matthieu Villatte is a Research Scientist at the Evidence-Based Practice Institute. He was formerly Assistant Professor in clinical psychology at the University of Louisiana. He obtained his Ph.D. in France, with an emphasis on clinical behavior analysis and relational frame theory, and completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Nevada, Reno under the mentorship of Steve Hayes . Matthieu is an ACBS recognized ACT trainer who has facilitated workshops focusing on clinical applications of RFT in North and South America, Australia, and Europe. He is the co-author of the first ACT manual published in French and is associate editor of the Journal of Contextual Behavior Science. His new book, Mastering the Clinical Conversation: Language as Intervention, is co-authored by Jennifer Villatte and Steve Hayes and was released by Guilford Press.
Licensing and Continuing Education Requirements
The Evidence-Based Practice Institute (EBPI) is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to offer continuing education for psychologists. EBPI maintains responsibility for the program and its content. EBPI allocates 1.5 CE credits for this course following APA guidelines. After you successfully complete the course, fill out an evaluation form, and pass an exam, your CE certificate will be emailed to you.
Licensing and continuing education requirements vary by state. Please contact your state's regulatory authority to verify that this course meets your licensing and/or continuing education requirements.