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I’ll Help You Cross That River: ACT Functional Assessment and Treatment of Intimate Partner Violence


Thomas G. Szabo, PhD., BCBA-D is a professor at Florida Institute of Technology. He graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno under the mentorship of W. Larry Williams and Steven C. Hayes. Over the last 15 years, Tom has sought to develop iterations of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy suitable to the needs of practitioners within their varied and specialized scopes of practice. He has offered ACT training to parents, children, senior executives and frontline staff, and couples learning effective partner skills. With his students, Dr. Szabo is currently investigating ACT and RFT strategies to promote learning and improved performance as well as Prosocial in the workplace. Dr. Szabo is also the second chair of an international non-governmental organization, Commit & Act, which teaches women, children, and couples in Sierra Leone behavior-based strategies for partnership and empowerment. He has published empirical and conceptual papers, book chapters and is currently writing a skills manual for behavior analysts learning ACT.


ACT Foundation Video (55 minutes) https://www.dropbox.com/s/6m8gubvfzxuoqa7/ACT%20Primer.mp4?dl=0


Training Videos: Part 1 and Part 2



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