Find an ACT Therapist
Welcome! This page lists members of ACBS who have identified themselves as ACT therapists and who are available for consultation. You can browse the list, or use the search feature to look for therapists by country, state, or city.
Note: The indication of any party as an “ACT Therapist” is based on self nomination. ACBS makes no express or implied warranty as to any matter including, without limitation, the fitness of any particular therapist and the merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. We are not responsible for any reliance on any indicator of certification, special credentials or other specialized knowledge. Please research and choose your therapist wisely.
How to find additional ACT therapists:
This list is by no means complete! If it doesn’t show an ACT therapist in your area, you may still be able to find one by other means. Some suggestions:
- Consult psychology, social work, and psychiatry departments at colleges or universities near you. Ask to speak to any members of the faculty or staff who are experts in behavior therapy, cognitive therapy, or clinical behavior analysis. Upon speaking to these experts, ask them if they have heard about ACT and know of any local ACT therapists.
- In the U.S., you can also check the therapist directory at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy (www.abct.org) for behavioral therapists in your area. If you find any, you can ask them directly if they do ACT or other “third generation” behavioral or cognitive therapy. Even if they do not, they may know of a colleague who does and be able to refer you.
- In countries besides the U.S., you may be able to contact similar organizations to try the strategy described above.
If you are an ACT therapist: If you are not listed here and would like to be, we encourage this! Please see How to become a listed ACT therapist.