EMDR - Therapie in der Bundeswehr--Untersuchung zur wirksamkeit bei posttraumatischer belastungsstörung

EMDR in the German armed forces - Therapeutic impact of inpatient therapy of posttraumatic stress disorder / EMDR

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In dieser retrospektiven Studie 89 deutsche Soldaten, die als stationäre zur posttraumatischen Belastungsstörung behandelt wurden, zwischen 1998 und 2002 untersucht wurden. Nach einer mittleren von 29 Monaten mit Fragebögen They Were neu bewertet. Behandelt wurden 20 Patienten mit EMDR Konnte bis 14 Patienten mit einer unterstützenden Behandlung verglichen werden. Die Ergebnisse (Jes SOUTH. Voc) direkt nach der Behandlung und in der Langzeit-Follow-up waren deutlich überlegen in der EMDR-Gruppe im Vergleich zu den Kontrollen. Traumatisierte Soldaten in Out-of-area-Einsätze eher eine bessere als die kurzfristigen Ergebnisse Traumatisierte Soldaten in Deutschland haben. soldiers being treated as inpatients for a posttraumatic stress disorder between 1998 and 2002 were investigated. After a mean of 29 months they were reevaluated with questionnaires. 20 patients treated with EMDR could be compared to 14 patients with a supportive treatment. The results (Isa. SUD. VoC) directly after treatment and in the long-term follow-up were significantly superior in the EMDR group compared to the controls. Soldiers traumatized in out-of-area missions tended to have a better short-term outcome than traumatized soldiers in Germany.

In this retrospective study were 89 German soldiers, who were treated as inpatient for post-traumatic stress disorder, between 1998 and 2002 examined. After a mean of 29 months with questionnaires They Were reassessed. 20 patients were treated EMDR could be compared to 14 patients with a supportive treatment. The results (Isa SOUTH. Voc) immediately after treatment and in the long-term follow-up were significantly superior in the EMDR group compared to controls. Have traumatized soldiers in out-of-area operations rather better than the short-term results traumatized soldiers in Germany. Soldiers Being Treated as inpatients for a posttraumatic stress disorder between 1998 and 2002 were Investigated. After a mean of 29 months theywere reevaluated with questionnaires. 20 patients Treated with EMDR Could be Compared to 14 patients with a supportive treatment. The results (Isa. SUD. VoC) Directly after treatment and in the long-term follow-up were Significantly superior in the EMDR group Compared to the controls. Soldiers traumatized in out-of-area missions tended to have a better short-term outcome than traumatized soldiers in Germany.

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Journal

Language

German

Author(s)

Peter Zimmermann
U. Guse
Klaus Barre
Karl Biesold

Original Work Citation

Zimmermann, P., Guse, U., Barre, K., & Biesold, K. (2005, June).  [EMDR in the German armed forces - Therapeutic impact of inpatient therapy of posttraumatic stress disorder / EMDR]. Krankenhauspsychiatrie, 16(2), 57-63. doi:10.1055/s-2004-830275. German

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“EMDR - Therapie in der Bundeswehr--Untersuchung zur wirksamkeit bei posttraumatischer belastungsstörung EMDR in the German armed forces - Therapeutic impact of inpatient therapy of posttraumatic stress disorder / EMDR,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed August 14, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/16174.

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