“Stepping stones ACTive-learning can lead you to the other side of yourself…
the BEhavioral plasticity LEARNING MODEL
… the difference between a bridge of literature and the stepping stone of experiential learning is that you need to stop on every stone, and you dynamically change speed, length of the jump and the stop…
In the stepping stone learning, you will find a clear path with a new perspective on each stone with long-lasting results…
…since not every stone will lead us somewhere, even if at first glance it looks beautiful and feels nice…
The Behavioral Plasticity Stepping stone Educational model.
Learning Psychological Flexibility (the model underlying Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, ACT) is a path without much guidance. My own learning path was to participate in most of the World Conferences organized by the ACBS. It was a costly process that cost me the money I didn’t have and the small savings we had for our vacations.
I participated in many workshops, summer camps, and training with the world’s best ACT trainers. I learned a lot! However, I was always left with a longing for a complete program and continuity, a path of coherent, stepwise, red-threaded, summative, and sequential learning experience.
Using my teaching experience and training in Higher Education, I created a model that allowed me to identify my strengths and weaknesses and target areas that need attention.
As a physiotherapist and doctor in rehabilitation medicine, the “psychological” flexibility model was not enough. Something was missing. There are many other languages than the verbal that are central to health. Not only physical activity but also how we participate in daily life, how we use our body, how we recharge our batteries physically, how we express ourselves with our ‘lived’ body.
These last 15 years, I have been working to develop a model that embodies the processes that underlie ACT. The next step was to design a training that allows the health professional to learn and apply the knowledge and skills in him/herself and others in a structured, systematic, and formative manner.
In the video below, you can learn about the program and how it is designed.
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