Event Date and Time: January 16, 2020 - 8:30am to January 17, 2020 - 4:00pm
The Interprofessional Primary Care Institute presents -
Advancing the Work of Behavioral Health Clinicians in Primary Care: Focused Acceptance & Commitment Theory & Practice
January 16-17, 2020
George Fox University; Newberg, Oregon
The Interprofessional Primary Care Institute provides interprofessional learning experiences to inspire innovation in primary care. Come learn from master behavioral health clinician, Dr. Patricia Robinson, founder of Focused Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (FACT), a primary care approach that helps people live healthier, more meaningful lives. Dr. Bruce Arroll, a practicing family physician and FACT practitioner, is traveling from New Zealand to co-present!
- Define experiential avoidance, psychological flexibility, and flourishing.
- Understand the tension between avoidance and approach behaviors, as well as, the importance of observational distance.
- Use FACT tools: Contextual Interview, Contextual Checklist, Pillars Tool, Pillars Intervention Guide
- Use FACT worksheets: Values, SMART Experiments, and FACT Phrases
- Provide FACT interventions: Bull’s-Eye Plan and Life Path Plan
- Self-assess FACT skills: Contextual Behavioral Scientist Check-In
Cost: $300 professionals - $150 current students
Reserve your seat today!