- Why action-packed learning?
- What does it look like?
- DEMO: Action before learning
- Group Practice: Collaborative writing
- Discussion: What have we learned?
- DEMO: Use imagery to promote change
- Group Practice: Imagery
- In vivo change practice
- Discussion: Link imagery and in vivo changes
When to Use Action-Packed Therapy
- Discussion: Identify action opportunities
Role Plays: Varieties of Action Experience
- Role plays of past and present experiencesRole plays of something new
- Mindful role play practices
Therapist Alignment with Action-Packed Therapy
- Three goals: Engagement, discovery, change
- Four methods: Writing, behavioral experiments, imagery & role play
- Group exercises: Therapist values & strengths
Additional Creative Actions
- Brainstorming creative actions for: engagement, discovery & change
- DEMO: Matching creative actions to clients
Make a Personal Plan for Action in Your Therapy
Toward a Model of Action-Packed Therapy
- What is action-packed therapy?
- When do we best use action packed methods?
- A summary of actions that: foster engagement, lead to discovery, support change