Improvising ACT – Active Mindfulness Workshop


Who is this for?

This workshop has been designed particularly for psychologists, therapists, social workers, group facilitators who use an ACT framework in their work and are interested in exploring and learning creative ways to expand their ability to improvise and try new approaches.

Early bird $200 before 21 Dec 2016,  Regular $250.00 (7 hours CPD)

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Jen and NeLi met through their love of and involvement with Playback Theatre. Playback is an interactive theatre approach used in over 60 countries as a tool for community engagement, trauma response and conflict transformation. In a playback event, audience members share their own personal stories and then watch as a team of actors, and musicians transform these accounts into improvised theatre pieces. It’s a great defusion tool in it’s own right. See

Workshop Summary

Improvisation requires skills in being present, listening deeply, noticing our thoughts and feelings, saying “yes and…”, taking risks and committing to action. These skills are integral to valued and creative therapeutic interventions.

In this is experiential workshop you will participate in simple improvisation processes and activities including those we have adapted specifically for running ACT groups. Time will be given for reflective learning so you can consider how you can implement these skills in both group and individual therapy. We have found improvisation skills helpful, as practitioners, to develop our capacity to notice and defuse our hooks. This frees spontaneity, and our ability to take valued risks and connect with others. We trust you’ll find the same.


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