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Psychotherapy for Military-Related Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: Review of the Evidence

February, 2013
Article:

This article reviews treatment outcome studies on individual outpatient therapy for military-related PTSD, and considers the extent to which veterans initiate and complete available PTSD treatments.

Abstract

Approximately 20% of the two million troops who have deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan may require treatment for post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).We review treatment outcome studies on individual outpatient therapy for military-related PTSD, and consider the extent to which veterans initiate and complete available PTSD treatments. We conclude with considerations for future research.

Full Reference

Maria M. Steenkamp, Brett T. Litz, 2013, Clinical Psychology Review, Psychotherapy for military-related posttraumatic stress disorder: Review of the evidence, 33, 1, 45-53

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