By Robyn D. Walser PhD, Darrah Westrup PhD, Steven C. Hayes PhD
An integral source for psychological future health execs, attractiveness and dedication treatment for the remedy of Post-Traumatic tension ailment and Trauma-Related difficulties deals a realistic and available but theoretically whole method of utilizing the rules of recognition and dedication remedy (ACT) to regard post-traumatic tension affliction (PTSD) and acute trauma-related signs.
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Hyperarousal symptoms include difficulty falling or staying asleep, irritability or outbursts of anger, difficulty concentrating, hypervigilance, and exaggerated startle response. These symptoms cause significant distress or impairment in social, occupational, and other important areas of functioning. For example, they can interfere with relationships (Carroll, Rueger, Foy, & Donahoe, 1985), they can affect physical health (Schnurr, Spiro, Vielhauer, Findler, & Hamblen, 2002) and they can cause reduced quality of life (Allen & Bloom, 1994).
One aspect is particularly worth noting as it may represent a powerful mechanism of therapeutic change. That is, regardless of the stated purpose of the therapy, these approaches all ultimately offer the opportunity for individuals with trauma to develop a different, more helpful relationship with uncomfortable thoughts, physical sensations, and emotions. For example, exposure therapy and ACT both assist individuals to stay in contact with their internal and physiological reactions to trauma stimuli, thereby experientially learning to view them differently (for example, one learns that these reactions don’t in fact signal impending danger; one learns not to buy into such reactions and that they can be experienced safely).
The importance of this is not constrained to being able to reconcile with loss. , 2000). In sum, the examples of the comorbid diagnoses used here lend further support to the model of experiential avoidance. Experiential Avoidance and Control It is not unusual that traumatized individuals would want to avoid negative internal experience. Not only is it uncomfortable, but in fact, much of experiential avoidance is learned, and clients are taught that the thing to do is rid themselves of negative emotion and negative thought content.