Coping With Anger in ACT for PTSD


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

Key Points

  1. Anger is a frequently co-occurring problem with PTSD.
  2. Anger is often addressed indirectly in trauma-focused therapy.
  3. In ACT, the trauma survivor is engaged to approach anger as a valid source of information about values.
  4. Slow down the moment of the anger response and choose more workable behavior.

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