ACBS NE Chapter Training: Clinical Relational Frame Theory
February 4, 2020 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pmFree
Carmine DiChiara, PsyD will be giving a 90-minute free presentation on Clinical Relational Frame Theory (RFT). Relational Frame Theory is a theory of human language, that explains the complexity of human language through a theory of how humans “relate” concepts in their head. ACT is one clinical expression of the conclusions of RFT; Clinical RFT is another, with different emphases than ACT which can increase your understanding of both RFT & ACT. We will have an interactive seminar which briefly covers the main concepts of Clinical RFT and then gives the attendees an opportunity to apply the concepts to clinical settings in mini-activities. The goal of the training is to increase awareness of the concepts of RFT and their applicability to clinical situations.
Join us for our year-long Chapter Training series, where members of our board will be presenting on popular topics and recent developments in the Contextual Science domain. They will all be free and open to the public. For long-time participants, please note that our location on McLean campus has changed to the Wyman building’s basement.