Commentary: What else do we need to know about evidence-based psychological interventions for PTSD?
Comments on the original article by R. A. Bryant (see record 2011-21915-016) regarding psychological interventions for trauma exposure and PTSD. Systematic reviews demonstrate that of the CBT interventions, exposure-based interventions are considered the treatment of choice for PTSD. However, what is most striking about this chapter is the dearth of literature focusing on the essential components of the evidence-based interventions for PTSD. Thus, despite the increasing evidence base, there remains ambiguity concerning the 'active ingredients' of CBT and EMDR interventions for PTSD, including the specific content of the intervention, the delivery style, where the intervention should take place and the skills and expertise required to deliver it. It could be argued that we have two evidence-based interventions but that they are not being implemented into the clinical arena by therapists for a variety of reasons, we don't know whether they are acceptable to patients and there is a lack of literature concerning the critical ingredients. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved)
Original Work Citation
Lovell, K. (2011). Commentary: What else do we need to know about evidence-based psychological interventions for PTSD? In D. J. Stein, M. J. Friedman, & Carlos Blanco (Eds.), Post-traumatic stress disorder (pp. 208-210). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell
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