The Essential Guide to the ACT Matrix: Six Steps to Psychological Flexibility


Introducing The Matrix!

We are excited to host Benjamin Schoendorff and Marie-France Bolduc for a two day Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) training for professionals on February 2-3, 2017.  Benji is the author of THREE respected ACT texts by New Harbinger Press and Benji and Marie-France work out of the Contextual Psychology Institute, a respected international Functional Analytic Psychotherapy  and ACT training center in Mont St-Hilaire, Quebec.

Check out this video preview of Benji talking about the Matrix here:

Register here for the Matrix training on February 2 and 3, 2017 OR on our Courses page. See you there!

Download the Essential Guide to the ACT Matrix training flyer to share more information about this ACT training with your colleagues!

Remember: if five friends register at the same time, you can call our office 613-656-3331 with the name of your group and the names of registered friends, to be eligible for a 15% group discount which will be applied as a refund after verification of registration for all members of your group.


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