ACT for PTSD: Acquiring Treatment Skills


Booz Allen
Department of Veterans Affairs
Yale University
University of Nevada, Reno

Key Points

  1. Be proficient in other evidence-based treatments for PTSD and related problems.
  2. The trauma therapist needs to have a variety of tools.
  3. Reading books and attending training isn’t enough.
  4. Peer consultation or ongoing professional consultation with peer-reviewed ACT trainers will help ensure that implementation is effective.

ACT for Trauma Online Training

Expand your ACT tools to treat clients experiencing PTSD and trauma issues.

Earn 8 CE Credits


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ACT for PTSD: Acquiring Treatment Skills

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ACT for Trauma: PTSD and Beyond (8 CE Credits)

This course is 8:15 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.