2016 Annual Conference Presentations

Our wonderful presenters have kindly sent us their Presentations to ensure you can refer back to it if required.  You will find them  below.


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Lisa Marie Abel

Coping and Psychological Flexibility among Women Dealing with Infertility.

 

 

 

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Nigel Alexander

ACTioning Recovery in Public Mental Health Services

 

 

 

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Dr Priscilla Almada
Relational Frame Theory and the wider scientific community: what directions do we take?

 

 

 

 

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Paul Atkins
Pro-social Workshop

 

 

 

 

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Georgina Banks

Is Contextual Behavioural Science ‘A Science More Adequate’ to Help Workers Deal with The Challenges of Work in The 21st Century?

 

 


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Linda Billich
Training and Supervision in ACT and contextual approaches: challenges and opportunities

 

 

 

darin-cairns
Darin Cairns

Relational Frame Theory and the wider scientific community: what directions do we take?

 

 

belinda-cameron

Belinda Cameron
Headstrong: An online ACT-based program for first year, first-in-family university students

 

 

 

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Josie Carlin
Learning how to run effective ACT Groups

 

 

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Kathleen Cator
Living Deeply and Truly with Self-Compassion
The Art and Science of Self-Compassion

 

 

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Joseph Ciarrochi
Thriving: Introducing the DNA-V model for youth (and the adults that influence them)

   

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Rachel Collis

Is Contextual Behavioural Science ‘A Science More Adequate’ to Help Workers Deal with The Challenges of Work in The 21st Century?

 

 

tim-cronin

 

Tim Cronin

Learning how to run effective ACT Groups

 


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Esther Davis

Feasibility RCT of an ACT self-help program for carers of patients in palliative care

 

 

 

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John Farhall
Can ACT make a difference for people living with persisting psychosis?

 

 

 

claudette-foley

Claudette Foley

Is Contextual Behavioural Science ‘A Science More Adequate’ to Help Workers
Deal with The Challenges of Work in The 21st Century?

 

claire-garratt

 

Claire Garratt
Learning how to run effective ACT Groups

 

 

 

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David Gillanders

Letting go of fixing, and building a life with a long term health problem: Acceptance, Mindfulness and Values applied to medical problems.

 

 

 

eliot-goldstone

 

Eliot Goldstone
ACTioning Recovery in Public Mental Health Services

 

 

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Julie Grove
Pro-social Workshop

 

 

 

emma-hanieh

 

Emma Hanieh
Acceptance and valued living in Aboriginal families

 

 

 

tara-hickey

Tara Hickey
Rationale and Development of a Mindfulness and Compassion Program for the At Risk Mental State

 

 

nancy-hoare

 

Nancy Hoare
Headstrong: An online ACT-based program for first year, first-in-family university students

 

 

 

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Jean Hudson
The benefits of including mindfulness practice in counselling sessions for individuals living with multiple sclerosis

 

 

 

anastasiia-kuliapina

 

Anastasiia Kuliapina
Coping and Psychological Flexibility among Women Dealing with Infertility

 

 

 

 

jennifer-kemp

Jennifer Kemp

Focus on your breath: Applying contextual behavioural approaches to working with adults with Cystic Fibrosis

 

 

 

 

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Nikita Kotlarov
Accepting the hard to accept body – ACT with chronic health conditions

(Homework)

 

 

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Maria-Elena Lukeides
Treating Shame – An experiential guide to enhancing compassionate flexibility

Please contact us  if you would like a  copy of Maria-Elena’s presentation.

 

 

 

 

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Shikha Markanday

Using ACT to facilitate change in people with chronic depression: lessons from the narrative literature on recovery

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Reyelle McKeever
ACT with Children

 

 

 

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Professor Ross Menzies
The dread of death, existentialism and ACT: Achieving meaningful, long-term change for people in pain

 

 

 

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Eric Morris
Learning how to run effective ACT Groups

 

 

rob-purssey

Rob Purssey
Functional Contextual Pharmacology collaborative workshop

 

 

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Baljinder K. Sahdra
Beyond experiential avoidance: The dangers of experiential attachment and clinging to the positive

 

 

 

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Mary Sawyer
Working with ACT for Anxious Clients

ACT Against Professional  Burnout

 

 

 

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Ben Sedley
From a Different Planet: Working with adolescents

 

 

frances-shawyer
Frances Shawyer
Can ACT make a difference for people living with persisting psychosis?

 

 

 

louise-shepherd

 

Louise Shepherd
Training and Supervision in ACT and contextual approaches: challenges and opportunities

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Matthew Smout

ACT for Addiction

 

 

 

lisa-soares

 

Dr. Lisa Soares
ACTioning Recovery in Public Mental Health Services

 

 

 

madeleine-spokes
Madeleine Spokes
Learning how to run effective ACT Groups

 

 

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Jacqueline Stump
From the client’s eye: A case-study comparison of ACT and CBT

 

 

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Dr. Robert Styles
How to do RFT Research in applied settings

 

 

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Dr. Neil Thomas
Can ACT make a difference for people living with persisting psychosis?

 

 

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Dr. Dennis Tirch
Fierce Compassion: Fundamentals of Compassion Focused ACT in Practice

Please contact us if you would like to be emailed a copy of Dennis’ presentation

 

 

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Laura Silberstein-Tirch
Cultivating Compassionate Flexibility: Discovering Mindful Compassion Throughout The Hexaflex

 

 

 

natasha-tisbury

Natasha Tisbury
Stepping into Fog: using moments of suicidality & self harm to open therapeutic possibilities

 

 

margaret-vandermos

Margaret Vandermost

Psychological flexibility –calming the raging pain torrent to improve quality of life

 

 

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Dr Matthieu Villatte
A Manifesto for Clinical RFT

(Handout)

 

 

 

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Dr Koa Whittingham
Using ACT to support women in the transition to motherhood

 

 

katie-wyman
Katie Wyman

Stepping into Fog: using moments of suicidality & self harm to open therapeutic