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Several different sources collectively identified the treatments most consistently recommended by researchers to efficaciously treat PTSD as prolonged exposure (PE) therapy, cognitive processing therapy (CPT), trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT), stress inoculation training (SIT), and eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy (Benish, Imel, & Wampold, 2008; Cusack et al.
2007) and cognitive processing therapy (Resick, Monson, & Chard, 2008) articulate exposure as a central component of their effectiveness.
Cognitive processing therapy, a first-line treatment for PTSD, was initially developed for the treatment of rape victims, (10) but has been found to be effective in treating combat-related PTSD, as well.
We believe that using cognitive processing therapy to treat individuals with PTSD will significantly improve the lives of Canadians.
A multisite randomized controlled effectiveness trial of cognitive processing therapy for military related posttraumatic stress disorder.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), especially prolonged exposure and cognitive processing therapy, is a proven treatment for PTSD.
The most widespread and empirically supported are Prolonged Exposure (PE; Foa, Hembree, Rothbaum, 2007) and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT; Resick & Schnicke, 1993).
Among the significant advancements in PTSD research is the development of specialized treatments for PTSD, including specific trauma-focused psychotherapies, such as prolonged exposure therapy (PE) and cognitive processing therapy (CPT).
Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT; Resick & Schnicke, 1993) and Prolonged Exposure (PE; Foa, Rothbaum, Riggs, & Murdock, 1991) were explained to Jasmine.
For individuals with chronic PTSD resulting from CSA, Resick, Nishith, and Griffin (2003) reported no differences in treatment outcome (combining PE and Cognitive Processing Therapy treatment conditions) in individuals with CSA and those without, despite a hypothesized more complex symptom presentation.
Prolonged exposure (PE; Foa, Hembree, & Rothbaum, 2007), cognitive processing therapy (CPT; Resick, Monson, & Chard, 2014), and eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR; Shapiro, 2001) are among the most popular variations of TFTs featuring varied integration of cognitive and behavioral elements.
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