Blog posts with the tag "Cognitive Processing Therapy"

Staff Perspective: CPT Session Notes Are Here!

Andrew Santanello

It is my pleasure to announce a brand new resource that is now available on our website: Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) Session Notes! Drs. LefkowitzNofziger, and myself have been working hard for the better part of the last year to put together a series of brief videos that review the key agenda items and interventions for each session in the CPT protocol. We chose to use a platform that allowed us to present the material in a unique and engaging manner (spoiler alert: each video includes a cartoon version of yours truly). 

Staff Perspective: New EBP Video Section

We here at the Center for Deployment Psychology are excited to unveil the new Evidence-Based Psychotherapies video section on our website. As part of our multi-day EBP training events, we use many videos to demonstrate a variety of techniques. One of the most common request we receive is participants wanting the opportunity to watch these videos again afterwards to help reinforce the concepts. Now those interested can watch (and re-watch) all these video demonstrations whenever they want. 

Staff Perspective: The Cognitive Processing Therapy Manual Gets an Update

Believe it or not, it’s been nearly 25 years since Patricia Resick and Monica Schnicke published their groundbreaking treatment manual, Cognitive Processing Therapy for Rape Victims (1993). Since that time, the efficacy of Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) has been demonstrated time and time again in many high-quality studies.

Staff Perspective: Group vs. Individual Treatment with Cognitive Processing Therapy

To “group” or not to “group”…. Have you ever found yourself asking that question as a provider?  There is, of course, the general concept of group theory and what patients work best in a group and those that don’t.  It can be easy to spot people who will not interact with others well, to one extreme or the other.  But it can be harder as a provider to determine the more intricate question of what type of behavioral health problem can be better served in a group format instead of individual. 

By the Numbers - Aug. 31, 2015

15.9% 
and 
26.2%

The percentages of clients who drop out of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) during pretreatment and treatment, respectively, according to an article recently published online in the Journal of Clinical & Consulting Psychology -- Meta-Analysis of Dropout From Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Magnitude, Timing, and Moderators.

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