Reaching Greater Heights
Welcome to Level 3: Reaching New Heights
The PACT Institute’s commitment to training and collaboration has long helped psychotherapists advance in education and practice. In 2019, we received overwhelming community feedback requesting Level 3 training. As a result, PACT founders, Dr. Stan and Tracey Tatkin, along with the Institute’s core faculty and ambassadors, reevaluated PACT trainings to continue to improve the quality and depth of our teaching, research, and education. This exploration led us to overhaul Level 3 training for prospective students.
We have revised and updated Level 3 to provide an advanced curriculum and organizational structure. This level of training and support prepares you to become a top PACT provider. Successful completion of Level 3 training also enables you to seek PACT certification.
Level 3 is a one-year training program, with high academic expectations and faculty support. The training is a hybrid of online learning along with two four-day, in-person experiential process teaching blocks with Dr. Tatkin and core faculty member, Dr. Hans Stahlschmidt.
Level 3 has been designed for the committed candidate who has incorporated PACT in their practice and is ready for in-depth teaching to integrate their knowledge and skills and to develop mastery of PACT. To determine if you qualify for this advanced training, please read about PACT Level 3 prerequisites, requirements, and application process here.
The PACT Institute will accept applications through February 7, 2020 and will commence its all-new Level 3 training in the spring of 2020. Dates for Level 3 in-person trainings are July 23-26 and October 8-11.
Basic Requirements for Level 3 Applicants
To determine if you qualify for advanced training at Level 3, find a complete checklist of information regarding prerequisites, requirements, and application process here.
Level 3 Training includes all Level 1 and 2 materials and resources, plus:
PACT Level 3 training emphasizes skill mastery and deepening the integration of PACT into your clinical practice.
Building on what you learned in Level 2, you’ll gain new insight, expand your assessment strategies and intervention techniques, and learn when and how to work more deeply with the most conflicted couples.
Successful completion of Level 3 training rewards you with the designation as a PACT Level 3 clinician/therapist, indicating knowledge of and proficiency in integrating basic and advanced PACT skills and principles in a clinical setting.
Level 3 Training Objectives