PTSD treatments and the dodo bird
So why does the dodo bird win again? Benish suspects that attempts to identify unique aspects of any particular therapy create an artificial taxonomy that obscures some common factors that all effective treatments share. It calls to mind Harvard psychologist Richard McNally's famous assessment of EMDR that what's effective about EMDR isn't new and what's new about it isn't effective. [Excerpt]
Original Work Citation
Cooper, G. (2008, November-December). PTSD treatments and the dodo bird. Psychotherapy Networker, 32(6), 17-20
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