Podcasts, Videos, and Other Goodies

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A selection of videos and podcasts on Relational Frame Theory.  Contact us if you would like your resource to be listed.

Q&A on RFT – Webinar by M. Villatte, PhD

Matthieu Villatte, PhD answers questions about RFT on PracticeGround.

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An Introduction to RFT and some Clinical Applications – Webinar by T. Szabo, PhD, BCBA

In this presentation, Thomas G. Szabo, PhD, BCBA, introduces basic RFT terminology, reviews applied RFT findings in the literature, and suggests essential strategies for using RFT to promote perspective-taking, relational responding, and creativity.


How Relational Training Can Improve IQ – Keynote By B. Roche, PhD

Dr. Bryan Roche’s explains the fundamentals of Relational Frame Theory and how SMART training can increase Intelligence (IQ scores) in a pre-recorded keynote address to the Australia/New Zealand chapter of the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science, October 19th 2014.


Dr. Louise McHugh presents ‘Just don’t think about it: Derived relations and the futility of thought suppression’


Q&A on the Self from an RFT Perspective – Webinar by M. Villatte, PhD

Matthieu Villatte, PhD answers questions about the self on PracticeGround.

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An Introduction to Self as Context – from the ACT in Context Podcast Series

In this interview conducted by Jen Plumb-Vilardaga and John Dehlin, Dr. Matthieu Villatte talks about self-as-context, the differences between the conceptualized self and self-as-context, and the importance of practicing getting distance from our thoughts/feelings/memories and not becoming too attached to our ‘stories’ about ourselves.

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ABA Speaker Series on Relational Frame Theory with Dr. Thomas G Szabo

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