The Association for Contextual Behavioral Science is beginning to post free videos on ACT related subjects. The videos are a really great benefit of membership in ACBS. All you need to do to see the videos is join the association. Association dues are values-based. What does that mean? It means that you pay as much as you think that membership is worth. That could be $1, $5, or $500. Whatever fits with your values! A minimum $1 charge is required in order to join, as they need somehow to check whether you are real person and a $1 charge to your credit card will do that. Beyond that, its up to you. With  membership comes lots of perks in addition to the free videos. It’s a great organization.

One of the new videos, among others is a video of of a talk that I gave at the Second ACT/RFT World Conference in London in 2006. The talk is called

Toward a More Functional Approach to the Training and Dissemination of ACT and Other Empirically Supported Psychotherapies

The video is in two parts:

For Part 1, click here.

For Part 2, click here.

If you  have any comments on the talk, you can post them here.