ACT Peer Consultation Groups

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The best way to get connected with ACT clinicians and other ACBS folk near you is to find out if there is a chapter in your area. Often, chapters will contain several peer consultation groups. If there is a chapter, it can be found here: http://contextualscience.org/chapters

Peer consultation groups are sometimes formed in areas where there is not yet a chapter. See below for a list of such groups. If you are a member of such a group, and are open to new members, please post a child page below to describe your group.

If you are looking for a peer consultation group, and do not see one here that fits your needs consider:
- contacting a local ACBS chapter. If one exists, it may be found by clicking here.
- emailing the ACT listserv (Please note the ACT for Professionals listserv is now on the ACBS website. Members of ACBS can learn how to join here.)
- posting something to the discussion board below.
Perhaps you could be the first to form one in your area!

For tips on how to run an ACT Peer Consultation group, check out this article by Julian McNally, or in the appendix of Learning ACT.
 

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USA - North Carolina - Durham

We have a Community Consultation Group that meets once a month. It is led by Dr. Rhonda Merwin. Additional information can be found on the website: www.ACTatDuke.org.