RFT Tutorial

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An Introduction to Relational Frame Theory is an interactive, web-based tutorial designed to introduce the basic concepts and approach of Relational Frame Theory (RFT) using graphics, animation, and practice activities. The tutorial is published by FoxyLearning and can be completed to earn continuing education credits to maintain licensure as a psychologist or certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. FoxyLearning is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists (FoxyLearning maintains responsibility for this program and its content) and is also approved by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board to offer Type 2 continuing education.

The tutorial was written and designed for a very broad audience, and helps users to gain mastery over complex concepts in RFT by breaking them down and allowing the user to practice them along the away.

blue-ribbon.jpgIn 2005 the tutorial received the Nova Southeastern Award for Outstanding Practice by a Graduate Student in Instructional Design from the Design & Development division of the Association for Educational Communications & Technology. With an award name that long, you know it's got to be good.

The New and Improved Version

In early 2010, the tutorial was moved to a newer, faster, and more secure site and server (http://foxylearning.com) and was enhanced based upon user feedback (although core content and concepts remain the same).

The new tutorial’s improvements include full audio narration, more user control (volume, replaying, showing corresponding text, ability to save progress at any point in the tutorial), more detailed performance data available to instructors, and enhanced technical and customer support. 

It is hoped that everyone from undergraduate psychology students to doctoral-level psychologists to any educated person on the street (or on the web!) will find the material accessible, engaging, and relevant.

Visit FoxyLearning to learn more or to purchase access!

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