Exposing therapists to trauma-focused treatment in psychosis: effects on credibility, expected burden, and harm expectancies

@inproceedings{Berg2016ExposingTT,
  title={Exposing therapists to trauma-focused treatment in psychosis: effects on credibility, expected burden, and harm expectancies},
  author={David P. G. van den Berg and Berber M. van der Vleugel and Paul A.J.M. de Bont and Gwen Thijssen and Carlijn de Roos and Rianne A. de Kleine and Tamar C. Kraan and Helga K. Ising and Ad de Jongh and M Verhagen and Mark van der Gaag},
  booktitle={European journal of psychotraumatology},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND Despite robust empirical support for the efficacy of trauma-focused treatments, the dissemination proves difficult, especially in relation to patients with comorbid psychosis. Many therapists endorse negative beliefs about the credibility, burden, and harm of such treatment. OBJECTIVE This feasibility study explores the impact of specialized training on therapists' beliefs about trauma-focused treatment within a randomized controlled trial. METHOD Therapist-rated (n=16… CONTINUE READING
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