A Nonrandomized Trial of Prolonged Exposure and Cognitive Processing Therapy for Combat-Related Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in a Deployed Setting

Timothy V. Hoyt
Timothy V. Hoyt
Casey L. Straud
Casey L. Straud
Brian A. Moore
Brian A. Moore
James V. Favret
James V. Favret
Timothy E. Rogers
Timothy E. Rogers
Jay M. Stone
Jay M. Stone
Robert Villarreal
Robert Villarreal

Behavior therapy, pp. 882-894, 2020.

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Cognitive Processing TherapyProlonged Exposurecombat and operational stress reactionscombat-related PTSDmilitary deployments

Abstract:

For many decades, the U.S. military's general operational guideline has been to limit the use of trauma-focused treatments for combat and operational stress reactions in military service members until they have returned from deployment. Recently, published clinical trials have documented that active-duty military personnel with combat-rel...More

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