Case study: Client treatment preference and imaginal exposure in three cognitive behavioral PTSD treatment

Description

This case discussion will examine the intervention of EMDR (Shapiro, 1989), Prolonged Exposure (Foa, Rothbaum, Riggs & Murdock, 1990), and the Counting Method (Ochberg, 1996) on three adult female patients with PTSD symptoms. A recent treatment outcome study of 40 female trauma victims (Johnson and Lubin, 2001 in press) comparing these three treatments finds that the efficacy of the three treatments is supported and that the element of imaginal exposure may be the critical therapeutic factor. The presentation of these three cases focuses on the issue of client’s treatment preference and client personality traits as factors which may interface with imaginal exposure in treatment efficacy.

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

M. Loris
D. R. Johnson

Original Work Citation

Loris, M., & Johnson, D. R. (2001, December). Case study: Client treatment preference and imaginal exposure in three cognitive behavioral PTSD treatment. Poster presented at the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies 17th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA

Collection

Citation

“Case study: Client treatment preference and imaginal exposure in three cognitive behavioral PTSD treatment,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed October 26, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/18971.

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