ACT for Trauma: PTSD and Beyond

Do you have clients with trauma-related issues?

Would you like to offer them an option for treatment that does not necessarily involve exposure?

If so, you’ve come to the right place. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy is just what you need to know about that would suit these wary-of-exposure clients.

We are very happy to offer our new course: "ACT for Trauma: PTSD and Beyond”.

This course is 8 solid hours of an ACT expert explaining, in an easy-to-learn format, the essentials of how to care for clients with trauma-related issues and PTSD.

And not only that, since working with trauma clients is so emotionally demanding, we also offer a section that addresses therapist self-care.

This course offers multiple ways to learn ACT for PTSD:  You can watch the course videos, read the transcripts, or listen to the audio recordings.

Don’t worry, we use microlearning principles so all this information is easily digestible for clinicians with little time.

This course offers up to 8 CE/CME credits.

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About Your Instructor: Sonja Batten, Ph.D.

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Sonja V. Batten, PhD, is a clinical psychologist with a specialization in traumatic stress, who has worked in policy, clinical, and research leadership positions in the public and private sectors.

Dr. Batten is a peer-reviewed ACT trainer, a Past-President and Fellow of the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science, the author of Essentials of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and the co-author of Committed Action in Practice.

Dr. Batten is an experienced leader with a demonstrated history of working in the management consulting and health care industries. She is also a certified Change Management Practitioner and an experienced Executive Coach and Mentor.

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