The Center for Contextual Behavioral Practices

The University of Chicago Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice's Center for Contextual Behavioral Practices develops and delivers educational programming and consultation for students, clinicians, and organizations wishing to develop expertise in the theories, clinical skills, and protocols associated with Contextual Behavior approaches. Through these efforts, it strives to improve the clinical treatment received by individuals seeking assistance for issues with emotions, anxiety, and suffering.

The Center coordinates activities designed to spread expertise in contextual behavior science to students, alumni, practicing clinicians, and to agencies through training, consultation, and ongoing technical assistance.

Learn about our Contextually-Focused Dialectical Behavior Therapy Fellowship Program

Learn about our Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) Practice and Consultation Fellowship

Learn more about our Training and Consultation

Learn more about our Learning Contextual Behavioral Practices Program of Study in the Crown Family School's Master of Arts Program in Social Work, Social Policy, and Social Administration