Are you looking for training in ACT?

“ACT training helps therapists to develop the essential qualities of compassion, acceptance, empathy, respect, and the ability to stay psychologically present even in the midst of strong emotions. Furthermore, ACT teaches therapists that, thanks to human language, they are in the same boat as their clients—so they don’t need to be enlightened beings or to “have it all together.” In fact, they might say to their clients something like: “I don’t want you to think I’ve got my life completely in order. It’s more as if you’re climbing your mountain over there and I’m climbing my mountain over here. It’s not as if I’ve reached the top and I’m having a rest. It’s just that from where I am on my mountain, I can see obstacles on your mountain that you can’t see. So I can point those out to you, and maybe show you some alternative routes around them.”” – Russell Harris, Embracing Your Demons: An Overview of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, https://www.psychotherapy.net/article/Acceptance-and-Commitment-Therapy-ACT#section-the-act-therapeutic-relationship