Advances in the Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Cognitive-Behavioral Perspectives
Steven Taylor, PhD, ABPP
Springer Publishing Company, Jul 23, 2004 - Psychology - 336 pages
Are behavioral and cognitive-behavioral therapies sufficiently broad in their effects on trauma-related psychopathology and related factors? This volume considers many of the complexities in treating PTSD, and emphasizes evidence-based approaches to treatment. A useful resource for clinicians, trainees, as well as investigators doing research into the treatment of PTSD.
What people are saying - Write a review
Other editions - View all
6-month follow-up anger Anxiety Disorders anxiety sensitivity associated Behavior Therapy beliefs Bryant chronic pain chronic PTSD Clinical Psychology clinicians cognitive restructuring cognitive therapy cognitive-behavioral cognitive-behavioral therapy combined treatment comorbid compared Consulting and Clinical Dancu depression dissociative symptoms dropout DSM–IV effective efficacy EMDR emotional exposure therapy factors fear follow-up assessments Hembree imaginal exposure improvement interoceptive interventions Inventory Journal of Consulting Keane medication memory ment need to change pain and PTSD panic disorder participants PE/SIT posttraumatic stress disorder posttreatment predictors pretreatment problems PSS-I Psychiatry psychotherapy PTSD symptoms PTSD treatment randomized controlled trial ratings reducing reexperiencing relaxation training reported Resick response Riggs Rothbaum sample Scale scores self-report sertraline sessions significant social support SSRI STAI-S state-anger stress inoculation training studies Tarrier Taylor therapists therapy for PTSD tion trauma-related traumatic event Traumatic Stress treatment for PTSD treatment group treatment outcome trials victims Vietnam veterans vivo exposure