Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Psychology



Latest news (updated 1 March 2019)

Kelly Wilson's webinar was a hit. Thanks for all those who attended. We hope you found it worthwhile.

As most of you will know the ANZACBS 2019 conference was recently held in Canberra. Below you can watch the Plenary by James Bennett (apologies for the sound).

The ACT IG forum has also been re-instated so feel free to have a look and share relevant ACT workshops/activities.

If you have any ideas, activities or information you want to share feel free to contact the committee.

Click here to access previous meeting and AGM minutes.







Previous webinars have been successful. Thanks to all the members who have participated. Currently we are working towards arranging further webinars.

If you have not attended a webinar previously, you will find its a convenient and great learning experience. It is also a wonderful way to engage with the presenter and have your questions answered directly. At a subsidised fee, we encourage all Interest Group members to attend.

Links to current videos (free access) are found in the Resources section of the member page.



We have been regularly updating our ACT Supervisors List thanks to our committee member Charles Thermos. If you would like to be added to this list, or would like to access this list, please contact Charles via the following email:



ACT supervision/interest groups can be found on the ANZ ACBS and ACT Mindfully websites.



If you would like to get in touch with other members for peers consultation, visit the Member Directory.




Applications for the Student Interest Group Prize are now closed! If you know any students doing ACT or RFT-related research get them on board for 2019 applications which open later in the year.



If you have any relevant material for us to share with group members, please contact our website editor.

Some members have enquired about Acceptance and Commitment Therapy being a focused psychological strategy/approach recognised by Medicare. We have added an article to our resources and publications page for your benefit.



Last updated 1 March 2019 by website editor Rachael Sim