37: with Yvonne Barnes-Holmes
09.03.2019 - By ACT in Context
Relational Frame Theory (RFT) has gained interest as a disctinct approach to working with human psychopathology from a functional analysis framework including cognition. Yvonne Barnes-Holmes, our guest on this episode of the podcast has long been at the helm of pioneering innovations in RFT from basic science, laboratory experiements to a clinical application of RFT, ROE (relating, orienting, evoking). Yvonne shares her insights into clinical practice from a ROE/RFT approach that is unique and will be of interest to clinicians seeking to advance their ACT practice or simply find novel of applying the theory under the proverbial hood of ACT.
For more on clinical applications of basic behavioural science check out www.go-rft.com
For those interested in a primer on behavioural science (especially those who did not have an education steeped in behavior analysis/functional analysis), Joanne Steinwachs & Timothy Gordon (your podcast hosts) are preparing an intensive online course for clinicians available at https://thezensocialworker.thinkific.com
The ACT in Context Podcast in co-hosted by Joanne Steinwachs and Timothy Gordon.
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