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for veterans with PTSD related to military sexual trauma.
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Cognitive processing therapy for posttraumatic stress disorder in a residential treatment setting.
One of these treatments, cognitive processing therapy (CPT) is a treatment that has been shown to be effective at treating PTSD from a variety of traumatic events.
Abbreviations: BDI-II = Beck Depression Inventory-II, CBW = Challenging Beliefs Worksheet, CPT = cognitive processing therapy, CPT-C = CPT-Cognitive Only, CPT-SA = CPT-Sexual Assault, CQW = Challenging Questions Worksheet, DOD = Department of Defense, DSM-IV = Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders-Fourth Edition, EBP = evidence-based psychotherapy, ITT = intent-to-treat, MA = minimal attention, OEF = Operation Enduring Freedom, OIF = Operation Iraqi Freedom, PCL = Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Checklist, PE = prolonged exposure, PTSD = posttraumatic stress disorder, RCT = randomized controlled trial, T1 = initial survey, T2 = follow-up survey, TBI = traumatic brain injury, VA = Department of Veterans Affairs, WA = written account.
Cognitive processing therapy for sexual assault victims.
Finally, our findings coincide with the dismantling study of Cognitive Processing Therapy
by Resick et al.
Cognitive processing therapy
, developed by Patricia Resick, Ph.D., of the VA's National Center for PTSD in Boston to treat civilian rape-related PTSD, encourages people with PTSD to examine the traumatic event and the mental health effects it has had on their lives.
The guidelines were presented at last year's ISTSS annual meeting and formally published in November 2008, and recommend prolonged exposure therapy, cognitive processing therapy
, stress inoculation training, other forms of cognitive therapy, EMDR, and medication.