Response to ‘Augmenting cognitive behavior therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder with emotion tolerance training’

Description

cedure in which patients with PTSD are exposed to their traumatic memories involves unacceptable risks, nor is there any evidence that the use of emotion regulation skills is a prerequisite for a positive treatment outcome or high end-state functioning in this population (Van Minnen et al. 2012). Although interpreted and presented otherwise by the authors, the results of the study of Bryant et al. (2013) just add further support to this notion. [Excerpt]

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Journal

Language

English

Author(s)

Ad de Jongh
Iva A. E.  Bicanic

Original Work Citation

de Jongh, A., & Bicanic, I. A. E. (2013, November). Response to 'Augmenting cognitive behavior therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder with emotion tolerance training.' Psychological Medicine, 1 - 2. doi:10.1017/S0033291713002882

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Citation

“Response to ‘Augmenting cognitive behavior therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder with emotion tolerance training’,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed May 28, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/22475.

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