Do you want to be a better ACT Therapist?
Have you been struggling to find an ACT Therapist in your area?
Build your ACT Skills experientially and with live feedback
Supervision is an important component of your continued professional development. Supervision coaches you through the challenges of helping the people who come to see you.
Advance your ACT & CBT Skills
Using the SHAPE Model of Contextual Behavioural Supervision devised by Dr Eric Morris, you’ll get first-hand experiential learning of ACT in practice. Work directly with Jim Lucas who has taught 100s of practitioners the knowledge, skills and application of ACT.
Supervision helps you deliver many things. Without it, you are in danger of stagnating and doing your clients a disservice.
BABCP Accredited supervisor
Jim offers CBT and ACT Supervision to trainees and qualified therapists. He has Post-Graduate Certificates in Supervision and Online Supervision and he is a ACBS Peer-Reviewed ACT Trainer. He’s been supervising other therapists since 2008 and is a valued member of the CBT department at the University of Birmingham.
“As a supervisor, I aim to understand what therapists want and need help with to develop. People are different and need some things more than others. I adapt to this as well ensuring that supervision remains compassionate and honest. I’ll give you direct feedback and help you remain confident to keep growing, refreshing your knowledge and refining your skills through role-play and experiential exercises.”
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What theoretical approaches do you use in supervision?
Supervision with me focuses on the application of Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). The setting of your work could be mental or physical health, work or education.
Do you offer supervision online?
Yes. Jim offers supervision both online through Zoom, where we can work together simply and securely.
How is ACT Supervision different?
ACT Supervision is your chance to talk about your work and your cases. You’ll get the chance to learn experientially, deepen your knowledge base and understanding of the ACT framework and develop your therapy skills.
The emphasis is on building your skills through functional analysis and experiential work such as role-playing. This is an invaluable part of your development. Our job here is to embody psychological flexibility by staying focused on functions of behaviour within contexts. This will help us to step over urges to over-think or getting pulled into content, which distracts from the key behavioural processes.
Please get in touch to discuss arranging supervision by completing the contact form below. Book a free consultation session so we can get talking and see if we’re suited professionally, practically and personally.