Addiction from an ACT Perspective

Presented by Jeff Jones, M.A., L.P.C., L.A.D.C.

 April 27, 2019 from 9am to 12:15pm.

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Edmond, Oklahoma,

3840 E 2nd St, Edmond, OK 73034

$65 for Licensed Professionals (LPCs,LMFTs, LADCs,LCSWs)

FREE for Licensure Candidates and Graduate Students (Space is limited)

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Edmond, Oklahoma

3840 E 2nd St, Edmond, OK 73034

April 27, 2019 from 9am to 2:15pm.

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CEUs for Oklahoma LPCs, LMFTs, LADCs, and LCSWs


Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, or “ACT”, is an empirically-based, behavioral intervention and philosophy that has a foundation based in contemplative practices. ACT clinicians work within a philosophical approach to evoking a client’s values as a way of creating a meaningful, valuable pathway towards a better life. ACT has also shown effectiveness in treating substance abuse related behaviors and issues of addiction. ACT clinicians utilize a range of protocols to create an environment focused on acceptance, defusion from internal experiences related to the addiction, with an emphasis on committed action to the client’s values.

This workshop is approved for 3 CEUs for Oklahoma Licensed Professional Counselors, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, Licensed Clinical Social Workers (provider number 20190088), and Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors (specific, provider number 20190018)

1. Participants will learn and discuss how mindfulness is being researched today and how mindfulness practices accompany many treatment interventions today.

2. Participants will learn and discuss the ACT philosophy and how ACT is addressing substance abuse-related issues.

3. Participants will learn and discuss the ACT model of cognitive flexibility, and inflexibility, as it relates to patterns of addiction.

4. Participants will learn and discuss the importance of values work in creating a meaningful behavioral plan towards recovery.

Jeff Jones, M.A., L.P.C, L.A.D.C.

​​Jeffrey Jones grew up in Edmond, OK and completed his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Central Oklahoma. Upon completing his master’s in counseling degree in 2010, Jeffrey completed his internship and started work in community mental health where he served populations living with severe mental illness, homelessness, and addiction for the next several years. During this time, Jeffrey completed annual intensive trainings in trauma-informed care, co-occurring treatments, dialectical behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and mindfulness-based treatments. While working in community-based settings, Jeffrey also trained his colleagues and coworkers in motivational interviewing and mindfulness-based treatments while also providing mindfulness-based training seminars at two annual conferences. Today, Jeffrey serves the student population at the University of Central Oklahoma as a therapist and continues to develop skills and trainings to enhance his focus on mindfulness-based recovery and looks forward to serving the metro area communities.