ACT for Trauma: Overall Take-Home Messages

Duration: 00:50:48


In Module 8, Dr. Batten summarizes the main ideas of acceptance-based interventions for trauma: psychological flexibility, core principles, case conceptualization, and sequencing interventions. She identifies how to acquire treatment skills and how to tackle therapist obstacles. She recognizes the importance of therapist self-care, ongoing development, and the therapeutic relationship.

Learning Objectives

  1. Relate the core principles to psychological flexibility for trauma.
  2. Use the concept of case conceptualization related to the sequencing of ACT interventions.
  3. Describe how to acquire treatment skills, identify therapist obstacles, and develop core competencies for trauma.
  4. Discuss the characteristics of the ACT therapeutic relationship.

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