Learn how to promote mental health, resilience and productivity using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a modern behaviour therapy that combines mindfulness and acceptance strategies with behavioural activation strategies to help increase people’s mental health, resilience, life purpose, and psychological flexibility.
Over the past 15 years, research has shown Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to be highly effective in improving mental health and behavioural effectiveness among a wide range of different populations. One of the recognised advantages of ACT is that it can be translated into brief psychological skills training programmes, and delivered to groups in various settings (e.g., clinical/ counselling, workplace, coaching, and educational settings).
Arrange training in your country
Upon request we train group leaders in other countries than Sweden. Among other, we have given training in the USA, the UK, Finland, Denmark and Norway.
If you are interested in arranging training in your country, please contact Fredrik Livheim on email@example.com or phone +46706940364.
The programme is based on Livheim’s highly regarded ACT group format protocol, which offers four days of ACT training and further support as you go on to facilitate your own ACT groups.
This training is ideal for any professionals interested in improving people’s mental health, resilience, and effectiveness in health, occupational, sports, or educational settings. Previous delegates on this ACT group format programme have included psychologists, counsellors, social workers, coaches, managers, teachers, and human resource professionals.
Click here for an example of our previous information about the training:
ACT overview Training Spring Copenhagen 2015
About Fredrik Livheim and the training
Using Fredrik Livheim’s tried-and-tested approach to teaching people core ACT skills, he has trained over 1800 trainers in this specific ACT group intervention in Sweden and many other countries. The ACT training strategies and trainer skills are similar to those described in the book The Mindful and Effective Employee by Paul Flaxman, Frank Bond and Fredrik Livheim.
The Mindful and Effective Employee
For more information about the book please click here.
What do previous participants think of the training?
Below you can see grades and comments from the participants of the training in London, 2014
Summary Evaluation ACT Group leaders London Spring 2014