Supervision in acceptance and commitment therapy

01215 231 108 01215 231 108
25th September 2024, 9.30am - 12.30pm
Counsellors and trainees

Supervisors and authors Jim Lucas and Sally Bradley introduce the SEED model. Building on the literature, the model guides you through a straightforward approach to delivering ACT consistent supervision.

Whether you doubt your readiness to supervise or are an experienced supervisor and want to reflect on your practice, this workshop will help you deliver consistent, contextual behavioural supervision.

Based on their knowledge, experience and skills in supporting ACT therapists, they hope this workshop will further your understanding and application of ACT supervision.

You can expect an interactive experience where they share some basic principles, demonstrate interventions and invite you to complete large and small group exercises.

Learning outcomes

After participating, you will have an awareness of how to:·

  • Create a safe learning environment for you and your supervisees.
  • Explore Functional analyses to make your interventions more precise.
  • Experiment with experiential methods to support skill development.
  • Incorporate deliberate practice routines into your supervisory relationships.

Register now

This workshop costs just £10, and you can register here at Eventbrite.

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Hosted by Jim Lucas

Jim Lucas works as an ACT therapist & ACBS peer-reviewed ACT trainer in private practice and higher education. Sally Bradley works as a clinical psychologist in private practice, where half her time is spent supervising other clinicians using ACT in the NHS, private healthcare, and education settings, nationally and internationally.