Reaching Greater Heights
Welcome to PACT Level 3
The PACT Institute’s commitment to education and training has long helped clinicians advance in the practice of couple therapy.
We continue to receive overwhelming community feedback requesting more advanced training that helps clinicians take PACT even further in their work with couples.
PACT Level 3 Online Training emphasizes expanding your skills and deepening the integration of PACT into your clinical practice.
PACT Level 3 provides an innovative curriculum and proven organizational structure to support your growth and development as a couple therapist. This level of training prepares you to become a top PACT provider. Successful completion of Level 3 training also enables you to seek PACT certification.
Think: Grad School. The Level 3 program is vigorous and challenging, much like a good graduate school program. Level 3 has high academic expectations along with dedicated faculty support. The training combines online learning with two four-day experiential process teaching blocks with Dr. Stan Tatkin and core faculty member, Dr. Hans Stahlschmidt.
Level 3 has been designed for the committed candidate who has already incorporated PACT into their practice and is ready for in-depth teaching to integrate their knowledge, expand skills, and develop a more complete command of PACT techniques.
To determine if you qualify for this advanced training, please read about PACT Level 3 requirements and expectations here.
Level 3 Training includes all Level 1 and 2 materials and resources plus:
Join PACT Level 3 Online Training in 2022.
July 23-24 | September 17-18 | October 15-16 | November 19-20
All times are 7am - 12pm (Pacific)
PACT Level 3 training emphasizes expanding your skills and deepening the integration of PACT into your clinical practice.
Building on what you learned in Level 2, you’ll gain new insight, develop your assessment strategies and intervention techniques, and enjoy collaborating with colleagues on particularly thorny cases.
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.
PACT training is intended for licensed and pre-licensed marriage and family therapists, professional counselors, social workers, psychologists, and psychiatrists (or those who have earned an equivalent degree outside of the United States).
Requirements for Participation in PACT Level 3 include:
In addition, before registering for Level 3, you will be asked to provide or confirm the following:
Level 3 Training Objectives