ACT and EvoS, Aug-Sept 2017

If you are looking for information about the retreat, scroll down or here.

August 28, 8-9:30 am. Fourth Mondays ACT Study Group
Agenda: We will plan to watch a short video and process. You are invited also to bring a relevant case or clinical situation with plans to conceptualize (with the group) using ACT core processes and/or Matrix.


Sept 11, 8-9:30 am. First Mondays ACT Study Group
Date moved to avoid the Labor Day holidays.
Agenda: Pending/TBD

Sept 15, 8-9:30 am. ACT Peer Consultation Group
Agenda: We completed our study of Mindfulness for Two by Kelly Wilson and many of us attended the two-day workshop!  This month, we will reflect on the experience. Please bring your highlights and observations with plans to process.

Sept 22-24. Fourth Annual SMACT Retreat!
Agenda and info here.

Sept 25 , 8-9:30 am. Fourth Mondays ACT Study Group
Agenda: Some of us will be fresh from the retreat. Others will be rejoining after our spotty meetings over the summer. And…we will have new members joining. Time to regroup!

Sep 27, 2017, 6pm-?  EvoS Book Club. 

Fourth Annual Southern Maine ACT (SMACT) Fall Retreat

Sept 22-23, 2017photo (14)
Cushing Island, Portland, Maine
8? CEs (pending)

Schedule (pending) | Cushing Ferry Info | Cushing Ferry Schedule

Register here!
If you get a response that registration is closed, put your name on the wait list here!

Members of the Southern Maine ACT community (SMACT, i.e., current or recent past participants in the ACT Peer Consultation Group or ACT Study Groups) are invited to join an experiential ACT weekend on Cushing Island sponsored and facilitated by our membership. The weekend has multiple purposes: Learn about ACT and have a first-person experience of ACT, share our collective wisdom, gain experience leading a discussion or workshop, connect with one another and build our community, and engage in self-care. We will do this on two levels – as clinicians and as participants – so you are invited to take both an intellectual and personal perspectives. There will be a variety of topics, and all will weave into the development of 6 major processes of psychological flexibility.

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