HOMEWORK ADHERENCE IN PROLONGED EXPOSURE FOR CHRONIC POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER by STEPHANIE

@inproceedings{Keller2014HOMEWORKAI,
  title={HOMEWORK ADHERENCE IN PROLONGED EXPOSURE FOR CHRONIC POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER by STEPHANIE},
  author={Marie Margaret Keller and Stephanie M. Keller and William T. Dahms},
  year={2014}
}
By STEPHANIE MARIE KELLER Overview: Across psychological disorders, homework adherence is related to improved cognitive behavioral therapy outcome (e.g., Beutler et al., 2004; Kazantzis et al., 2010). Patients with PTSD may have difficulty engaging in between-session activities, given that avoidance of trauma-reminders is a core symptom of the disorder (Scott & Stradling, 1997). Despite homework assignments being a primary component of Prolonged Exposure (PE), little is known regarding the role… CONTINUE READING

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