Treatment of PTSD:  Stress inoculation training with prolonged exposure compared to EMDR

Description

The effectiveness of Stress Inoculation Training with Prolonged Exposure (SITPE) was compared to Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). 24 participants who had a diagnosis of PTSD were randomly assigned to one of the treatment conditions. Participants were also their own wait-list control. Outcome measures included self-report and observer-rated measures of PTSD, and self-report measures of depression. On global PTSD measures, there were no significant differences between the treatments at the end of therapy. However on the subscale measures of the degree of intrusion symptoms, EMDR did significantly better than SITPE. At follow-up EMDR was found to lead to greater gains, on all measures.

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Journal

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English

Author(s)

Christopher W. Lee
Helen Gavriel
Peter Drummond
Jeff Richards
Ricky Greenwald

Original Work Citation

Lee, C. W., Gavriel, H., Drummond, P., Richards, J., & Greenwald, R. (2002, September). Treatment of PTSD: Stress inoculation training with prolonged exposure compared to EMDR. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 58(9), 1071-1089. doi:10.1002/jclp.10039

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“Treatment of PTSD:  Stress inoculation training with prolonged exposure compared to EMDR,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed October 27, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/16468.

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