RM ACBS All Chapter Meeting 3/1/19

RM ACBS All Chapter Meeting 3/1/19

Video Conference format

Attendees from: Colorado, Montana


World Conference, Online/digital presence, Announcement


  • Reading of mission statement

  • Reading of agenda

  • Announcement from Meg McKelvie and Debbie Sorensen: Created a collective of therapists dedicated to ACBS based therapeutic approaches, Impact Psychology Colorado

    • Also shared about Debbie’s Pod Cast: Psychologists off the Clock

  • Shared information about elected board leadership positions

    • Will be open for 30 days to share interest in elected and non-elected leadership roles

  • Review of 2018 World Conference

  • Identification of local chapter plans for 2019 World Conference

    • Patrick hoping to follow up with suicide awareness from last year’s conference

    • Submitting for chapter table

    • Bonnie and ERC are submitting for poster session, deadline is March 20th

  • Book club revisit

  • Meeting time preferences

    • Fridays and/or mid-day are more flexible

    • 2 or 3 times per week

    • Record chapter & book club meetings and post to website.

  • Consultation group options

    • Time specific with live feedback or forum based app that can be used anytime?

  • Review of open Board positions


Chapter Meeting 3/1/19

Chapter Meeting 3/1/19

Here is a link to the form to indicate your interest in a board position


Now Accepting Submissions for our October Conference

Are you ready? Now is the time to get your ACT on and signup for the conference. Interested in learning more about ACT, FAP, and other contextual behavioral sciences? Wanting to meet other people who share your passions and interest in helping alleviate human suffering through creative application of contextual behavioral science?

Look no further than your own backyard as the Rocky Mountain Chapter of ACBS is hosting its fourth biannual regional conference on October 20-21, 2017 at the Embassy Suites in the Denver Tech Center.

The overarching purpose of this regional conference is to build ACBS community in the Rocky Mountain region among clinicians, researchers, and students. Our theme this year will be Breaking Through the Stigma: Integrating, Optimizing and Riding the Third Wave. We are looking for presentation submissions that highlight ways to bring the contextual behavioral sciences to as many disciplines and populations as possible.

Hosted by Rocky Mountain ACBS

Register to be a presenter for this event at http://rmacbs.praxiscet.com/