Deployment Psychology Blog

Staff Voices - Developing an Effective In Vivo Hierarchy

Developing the in vivo hierarchy with a client is an important step in implementing effective Prolonged Exposure (PE) treatment, but it is often given less attention by novice therapists because the more anxiety provoking and dramatic aspects of the upcoming imaginal exposure draw the focus of both the therapist and the client. However, the in vivo exposures address important avoidances in the client’s real life that may not be addressed in imaginal exposure, and are instrumental in making it possible for the client to participate fully in his or her own life.

CDP News: April 13, 2012

It's the end of another busy week at the Center for Deployment Psychology and it doesn't look like it's slowing down any time soon! Here's what we've got coming up next week.

Our "Topics in Deployment Psychology" training kicks off on Monday. This eight-day session brings in participants from all across the country, both to present and to participate.

We'll also be doing a training on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia Related to Deployment at Scott AFB in Illinois on Wednesday and Thursday.

CDP Announcements

Welcome to the weekly announcements section of the CDP's blog! Here we'll present a quick run down of items of interest for the past week, as well as those coming up.