Facilitators: Drs. Jonathan Kanter, Monnica Williams, And Dan Rosen
September 15-17, 2017
For several years, we have been inspired by the possibility that contextual behavioral science (CBS) can decrease racism and improve diversity training, for therapists and for the general public. Our efforts have explored the intersections of therapeutic models and training techniques from Functional Analytic Psychotherapy (FAP) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), psychological science on racism and bias, and the leading tools and intentions of social justice movements.
This workshop represents the culmination of these efforts and we are excited to offer it. If you previously have been to a FAP or ACT experiential workshop, you will be familiar with our process that combines the latest scientific findings with deeply personal work, done individually and in groups during the workshop. Informed consent for this workshop involves understanding that you will be challenged in these personal ways and encouraged to share aspects of yourself and your identity with others as part of our process of growth, learning, and building a community.
More information, registrations and fees: http://www.cbsdiversity.org/