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T A M Teunissen, S H Lo Fong Wong, A L M Lagro-Janssen
Sexual abuse is very common. In the Netherlands 42% of women and 13% of men aged over 25 years have experienced unacceptable sexual behaviour. Most victims do not seek professional help nor do they report the abuse to the police, and most of the victims who do seek medical help do not mention the abuse. Doctors often do not recognize the signs of sexual abuse. Most victims of rape have symptoms that may develop into posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) if they persist for more than 4 weeks, such as sleep problems or panic attacks...
2016: Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde
James M Bjork, Thomas K Burroughs, Laura M Franke, Treven C Pickett, Sade E Johns, F Gerard Moeller, William C Walker
In military populations, traumatic brain injury (TBI) also holds potential to increase impulsivity and impair mood regulation due to blast injury effects on ventral frontal cortex - to put military personnel at risk for suicide or substance abuse. We assessed a linkage between depression and impaired behavioral inhibition in 117 blast-exposed service members (SM) and veterans with post-concussion syndrome (PCS), where PCS was defined using a Rivermead Postconcussive Symptom Questionnaire (RPQ) modified to clarify whether each symptom worsened compared to pre-blast...
October 7, 2016: Psychiatry Research
Katie A Ragsdale, Sarah C Voss Horrell
This retrospective analysis of previously existing nonrandomized clinical data examined the effectiveness of completing prolonged exposure (PE) or cognitive processing therapy (CPT) in a sample of 41 U.S. veterans at a Veterans Affairs medical center. The sample included 19 veterans with diagnoses of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury (TBI) and 22 veterans with PTSD only. Diagnostic groups did not significantly differ on PTSD and depression symptom reduction, F(2, 36) = 0.05, p = ...
October 2016: Journal of Traumatic Stress
Sarah E Valentine, Louise Dixon, Christina P C Borba, Derri L Shtasel, Luana Marques
The present study aimed to describe associations between various types of mental health stigma and help-seeking behaviors among ethnically diverse clients with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) served by an urban community health clinic. The present study draws qualitative data from a parent National Institute of Mental Health Study that aims to identify barriers and facilitators of implementing Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for PTSD. A total of 24 participants from the initial phase of the trial were included in the present study...
2016: International Journal of Culture and Mental Health
Sarah E Valentine, Christina P C Borba, Louise Dixon, Adin S Vaewsorn, Julia Gallegos Guajardo, Patricia A Resick, Shannon Wiltsey Stirman, Luana Marques
OBJECTIVE: As part of a larger implementation trial for cognitive processing therapy (CPT) for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in a community health center, we used formative evaluation to assess relations between iterative cultural adaption (for Spanish-speaking clients) and implementation outcomes (appropriateness and acceptability) for CPT. METHOD: Qualitative data for the current study were gathered through multiple sources (providers: N = 6; clients: N = 22), including CPT therapy sessions, provider fieldnotes, weekly consultation team meetings, and researcher fieldnotes...
July 5, 2016: Journal of Clinical Psychology
Joan M Cook, Vanessa Simiola, Jessica L Hamblen, Nancy Bernardy, Paula P Schnurr
OBJECTIVE: Mental health provider perceptions of patient readiness for trauma-focused evidence-based treatments (EBTs) for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) have been found to impact outpatient care in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). METHOD: One hundred and 72 mental health directors and providers from 36 VA residential PTSD treatment programs completed qualitative interviews regarding implementation of two EBTs, Prolonged Exposure (PE), and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)...
June 27, 2016: Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice and Policy
Lauren K Richards, Eric Bui, Meredith Charney, Katherine Clair Hayes, Allison L Baier, Paula K Rauch, Michael Allard, Naomi M Simon
Little is known about the capacity of community providers to provide military informed evidence based services for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). We conducted a regional, web-based survey of 352 community mental health care providers that sought to identify clinical practices, training needs, and predictors of evidence based treatment (EBT) use for PTSD. Overall, 49 % of providers indicated they seldom or never use a validated PTSD screening instrument. Familiarity with EBTs, specifically prolonged exposure (PE; χ(2)(4) = 14...
May 7, 2016: Community Mental Health Journal
Denise M Sloan, Brian P Marx, Patricia A Resick
Prior studies have identified several psychosocial treatment approaches as effective for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Unfortunately, a substantial minority of individuals who receive these treatments drop out prematurely. Moreover, a considerable number of individuals in need of PTSD treatment do not present for treatment due to time constraints and other barriers to care. Thus, there is a need to develop alternative evidence-based PTSD treatments that have lower treatment dropout rates and address current barriers to receiving care...
May 2016: Contemporary Clinical Trials
Natalie E Hundt, Juliette M Harik, Terri L Barrera, Jeffrey A Cully, Melinda A Stanley
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to assess how patient and provider factors influence the use of evidence-based psychotherapies (EBPs) for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). METHOD: This study used a 2 × 2 survey design to assess providers' willingness to select EBPs for patients presented in clinical case vignettes. PTSD providers (N = 185) were randomized and asked to respond to 1 of 4 case vignettes in which the patients' age and alcohol use comorbidity were manipulated...
April 11, 2016: Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice and Policy
Katherine A Dondanville, Abby E Blankenship, Alma Molino, Patricia A Resick, Jennifer Schuster Wachen, Jim Mintz, Jeffrey S Yarvis, Brett T Litz, Elisa V Borah, John D Roache, Stacey Young-McCaughan, Elizabeth A Hembree, Alan L Peterson
The current study investigated changes in service members' cognitions over the course of Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Sixty-three active duty service members with PTSD were drawn from 2 randomized controlled trials of CPT-Cognitive Only (CPT-C). Participants wrote an impact statement about the meaning of their index trauma at the beginning and again at the end of therapy. Clauses from each impact statement were qualitatively coded into three categories for analysis: assimilation, accommodation, and overaccommodation...
April 2016: Behaviour Research and Therapy
Eric A Dedert, Patricia A Resick, Miles E McFall, Paul A Dennis, Maren Olsen, Jean C Beckham
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and smoking are often comorbid, and both problems are in need of improved access to evidence-based treatment. The combined approach could address two high-priority problems and increase patient access to both treatments, but research is needed to determine whether this is feasible and has promise for addressing both PTSD and smoking. We collected data from 15 test cases that received a treatment combining two evidence-based treatments: cognitive processing therapy-cognitive version (CPT-C) for PTSD and integrated care for smoking cessation (ICSC)...
January 2016: Behavior Therapy
Princess E Osei-Bonsu, Rendelle E Bolton, Shannon Wiltsey Stirman, Susan V Eisen, Lawrence Herz, Maura E Pellowe
It is estimated that <15% of veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) have engaged in two evidence-based psychotherapies highly recommended by VA-cognitive processing therapy (CPT) and prolonged exposure (PE). CPT and PE guidelines specify which patients are appropriate, but research suggests that providers may be more selective than the guidelines. In addition, PTSD clinical guidelines encourage "shared decision-making," but there is little research on what processes providers use to make decisions about CPT/PE...
January 7, 2016: Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research
Sadie E Larsen, Shannon Wiltsey Stirman, Brian N Smith, Patricia A Resick
Trauma-focused treatments are underutilized, partially due to clinician concerns that they will cause symptom exacerbation or dropout. We examined a sample of women undergoing Prolonged Exposure (PE), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), and a version of CPT (CPT-C) without a written trauma narrative to investigate the possibility of symptom exacerbation. Participants (n = 192) were drawn from two RCT's. Participants were administered self-report measures of PTSD symptoms (i.e., the PTSD Symptom Scale or Posttraumatic Diagnostic Scale [PSS/PDS]) and the Clinician-Administered PTSD Scale...
February 2016: Behaviour Research and Therapy
Moira Haller, Sonya B Norman, Kevin Cummins, Ryan S Trim, Xiaomin Xu, Ruifeng Cui, Carolyn B Allard, Sandra A Brown, Susan R Tate
The comorbidity of substance use disorder (SUD), depression, and PTSD is common among veterans. Prior research has shown that among veterans with SUD and depression, those with PTSD did not maintain cognitive-behavioral treatment gains as well as those without PTSD. Thus, the current study was designed to evaluate whether adding trauma-focused treatment following an initial group-based integrated cognitive behavioral treatment (ICBT) for SUD and depression improved treatment outcomes. Participants were 123 veterans (89% male) recruited from the VA San Diego Healthcare System...
March 2016: Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment
Tara E Galovski, Juliette M Harik, Leah M Blain, Lisa Elwood, Chelsea Gloth, Thomas D Fletcher
OBJECTIVE: Despite the success of empirically supported treatments for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), sleep impairment frequently remains refractory after treatment. This single-site, randomized controlled trial examined the effectiveness of sleep-directed hypnosis as a complement to an empirically supported psychotherapy for PTSD (cognitive processing therapy [CPT]). METHOD: Participants completed either 3 weeks of hypnosis (n = 52) or a symptom monitoring control condition (n = 56) before beginning standard CPT...
February 2016: Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology
Delyth Lloyd, Anne-Laure Couineau, Katherine Hawkins, Dzenana Kartal, Reginald D V Nixon, Desmond Perry, David Forbes
BACKGROUND: Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a significant problem for military veterans. There is an international imperative to improve access to effective treatments, but more research is needed to ascertain the extent to which treatments found to be efficacious in research settings translate to successful national implementation efforts. METHOD: This study reports the clinical outcomes for the first 100 clients treated following the implementation of cognitive processing therapy (CPT) across a national community-based veterans' mental health service that commenced in May 2012...
November 2015: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry
Craig J Bryan, Tracy A Clemans, Ann Marie Hernandez, Jim Mintz, Alan L Peterson, Jeffrey S Yarvis, Patricia A Resick
OBJECTIVE: To determine whether group cognitive processing therapy-cognitive only version (CPT-C) is associated with iatrogenic suicide risk in a sample of active duty US Army personnel diagnosed with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Possible iatrogenic effects considered include the incidence and severity of suicide ideation, worsening of preexisting suicide ideation, incidence of new-onset suicide ideation, and incidence of suicide attempts among soldiers receiving group CPT-C...
June 2016: Depression and Anxiety
Kathleen M Grubbs, John C Fortney, Jeffrey M Pyne, Teresa Hudson, William Mark Moore, Paul Custer, Ronald Schneider, Paula P Schnurr
Collaborative care (CC) increases access to evidence-based pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy. The study aim was to identify the characteristics of rural veterans receiving a telemedicine-based CC intervention for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) who initiated and engaged in cognitive processing therapy (CPT) delivered via interactive video. Veterans diagnosed with PTSD were recruited from 11 community-based outpatient clinics (N = 133). Chart abstraction identified all mental health encounters received during the 12-month study...
December 2015: Journal of Traumatic Stress
Willi Butollo, Regina Karl, Julia König, Rita Rosner
BACKGROUND: Although there are effective treatments for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), there is little research on treatments with non-cognitive-behavioural backgrounds, such as gestalt therapy. We tested an integrative gestalt-derived intervention, dialogical exposure therapy (DET), against an established cognitive-behavioural treatment (cognitive processing therapy, CPT) for possible differential effects in terms of symptomatic outcome and drop-out rates. METHODS: We randomized 141 treatment-seeking individuals with a diagnosis of PTSD to receive either DET or CPT...
2016: Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics
Karen Cusack, Daniel E Jonas, Catherine A Forneris, Candi Wines, Jeffrey Sonis, Jennifer Cook Middleton, Cynthia Feltner, Kimberly A Brownley, Kristine Rae Olmsted, Amy Greenblatt, Amy Weil, Bradley N Gaynes
Numerous guidelines have been developed over the past decade regarding treatments for Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). However, given differences in guideline recommendations, some uncertainty exists regarding the selection of effective PTSD therapies. The current manuscript assessed the efficacy, comparative effectiveness, and adverse effects of psychological treatments for adults with PTSD. We searched MEDLINE, Cochrane Library, PILOTS, Embase, CINAHL, PsycINFO, and the Web of Science. Two reviewers independently selected trials...
February 2016: Clinical Psychology Review
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