The International Association for Applied Control Theory (IAACT) is a learning organization dedicated to learning and teaching the ideas of Perceptual Control Theory. We offer a certification program to assist practitioners in such fields as counseling, addictions, education, management, recreation, health, government, and justice.
IAACT offers trainings and consulting services in Australia, Canada, Mexico, and the United States. For upcoming courses and seminars leading towards certification, check our training schedule. Listed in our faculty directory are the names and contact information for the IAACT faculty. Visit instructor profiles for more details about each of the seminar leaders. Our faculty includes practitioners in the fields of psychology, ministry, management, addiction counseling, university education, business ownership, nutrition, community development, school counseling, administration, and management consulting. Our membership is equally diverse.
IAACT will be the global leader in promoting personal and organizational change through understanding and applying Perceptual Control Theory (PCT), the scientific model of internal motivation and human behavior.
What is IAACT?
The International Association for Applied Control Theory (IAACT) is a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization founded in 1997. It consists of a faculty, faculty-in-training, and members. IAACT is governed by a Board of Directors with input from its faculty, which focuses on the training aspects of the organization. Its motto:
We Live It!
The International Association for Applied Control Theory is organized to help people live and work effectively with self and others. We facilitate a structure in which members can systematically pursue teaching, research, and program creation. We provide individual and organizational development in the fields of education, human services, business, justice, and counseling.