Leading the Way in Trauma Therapy

Aug 4, 2016, 3:30 PM

A slide in one of our training programs used to list prolonged exposure (PE) as “the gold standard” of trauma therapies, but then we took out the “g.” For two reasons. One is that eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) has now surpassed PE, in acceptability to clients as well as efficiency (Greenwald et al, 2016). The other is that the gold standard trauma therapy should be usef ...

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Jun 15, 2016, 6:45 PM

It’s an old lament: They don’t like us, and we don’t like them. Practitioners and researchers, that is; us and them being whichever one you are, and aren’t, respectively. So why don’t we get along? We all care about the same things, don’t we?

Researchers complain that practitioners don’t read the research. “That’s not responsible!” they say. “They should be using what works, not just whatever ...

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