ACT for Trauma: Experiential Avoidance and PTSD


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

Key Points

  1. Experiential avoidance is a process, key to the development and maintenance of PTSD and other posttraumatic problems.
  2. Fusion with problematic thoughts about self and others can lead to rigid behaviors.
  3. Avoidance and fusion can lead the individual to engage in behaviors not consistent with their values.

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ACT for Trauma: Experiential Avoidance and PTSD

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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.