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ACTing with Technology SIG

ACTing with Technology Special Interest Group



Affiliated 2014

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Where the appreciation for ACT and Tech enabled clinical interventions come together. 


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2024-2025 SIG Leaders

Dr. Erika Torres & Timothée Basson 


Dr. Erika Torres is a bilingual licensed psychologist in California who specializes in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). She provides clinical consultation and supervision to licensed clinicians and trainees. And, also provides clinical program and product development consulting for building digital and analog evidence-based interventions. 


Former System&Control engineer, Timothée Basson is now a clinical psychologist working in private practice in the South West of France. He has an integrative approach, rooted in Process-Based Therapy, and uses Mindfulness based interventions such as MBSR/MBCT, CBT, ACT, and EMDR.


Anyone else interested in taking an active role in the SIG can contact us, as we can surely use any expertise and input.

General Interest Area to be Specifically Addressed by the SIG
Technology that has an ACT component as part of improving health/wellbeing. This includes, but is not limited to internet-based interventions, mobile technology (phone, tablet and apps) and dedicated devices.


1. Promote collaboration, discussion and sharing of ideas between researchers and practitioners with an interest in applying technological solutions in the field of contextual behavioral science (ACT, FAP, CFT).
2. Informing the ACBS community of existing technology (e.g., Internet interventions, mhealth, apps, devices), and clarifying which of those are currently supported by research.
3. Promote the use of evidence-based technology, and inspire researchers and practitioners to reach larger groups of people with ACT.


Meetings Cadence
Meetings are currently held on a variable schedule. We strive to have quarterly meetings and encourage our membership guide topics and event types. See our website to access the meeting schedule and Zoom link!


SIG Activities
- Annual meeting at the ACBS world conference.
- Email listserv
- ACTing with Technology SIG website


Description of Membership
Membership is available to all ACBS-members, and is particularly relevant to:
- professionals who would like to use technological tools within their existing ACT-informed practice.
- researchers developing technology for treatment.
- students developing/testing technology.

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