A$160

Using the ACT Matrix for Coaching Individuals & Teams - afternoon session

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The Cullen Room

Holme Building, Science Road

University of Sydney

Camperdown, NSW 2006

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Acceptance and Commitment Training (ACT) is an evidence-based approach to building the skills needed to live, love and work courageously i.e. doing more of what is personally meaningful andchallenging. The ACT Matrix is a simple mindfulness-lite model for helping coachees to do just that.

To use this model effectively you don’t need to know the rich scientific foundation to ACT (Relational Frame Theory) nor do you need to memorise the six ACT processes (the Hexaflex) or develop a daily mindfulness practice. Great if you’ve done these things, but not necessary. The Matrix is ACT in a Nutshell. It’s also endorsed by ACT developer Steven Hayes as being fully ACT compliant.

In this half-day workshop you’ll learn:

  • when notto use ACT
  • how to introduce and use the Matrix with a client for maximal impact
  • Matrix pitfalls to avoid
  • a fast motivational interviewing approach to identifying and activating intrinsic motivations
  • how to identify coachee obstacles to progress
  • how to help clients build skills to leave reactivity and enter proactivity
  • how to use the Matrix with a group

All techniques will be practiced in class.

NB To make the most of our time together and to hit the ground running, participants should already have a basic familiarity with the ACT Matrix. If you attended the January USCMA Coaches in the Pub event you’re all set. If you didn’t (why weren’t you there??) a 30 minute introduction video will be provided to you upon registration.

Afternoon tea will be provided.

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The Cullen Room

Holme Building, Science Road

University of Sydney

Camperdown, NSW 2006

Australia

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Refund Policy

No Refunds

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