By Robyn D. Walser and Darrah Westrup, Ph.D.s
#6027 Trauma and post-traumatic complaints are among the most common reasons individuals seek mental health care. Here’s the first book to apply the powerful principles of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to the treatment of both acute trauma and post-traumatic stress conditions.
Explains and defines the nature of experiential avoidance, the costs of nonacceptance, experiential avoidance and PTSD, and ACT alternatives to avoidance problems. Offers practical, step-by-step clinical advice that therapists can quickly and easily integrate into their practices.
256 pages. 7 x 10. Hardcover with CD-ROM. 2007.