PTSD and Setting Targets for Committed Action


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

Key Points

  • The target committed action should be measurable and specific enough.
  • The SMART framework is one way of thinking through the types of actions that are chosen.
  • The function of committed action should be understood through the lens of the client’s context.
  • The same behavior can function differently across clients or for the same client at different times.

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