Mental Health Providers’ Decision-Making Around the Implementation of Evidence-Based Treatment for PTSD

@article{OseiBonsu2015MentalHP,
  title={Mental Health Providers’ Decision-Making Around the Implementation of Evidence-Based Treatment for PTSD},
  author={MSPH Princess E. Osei-Bonsu and MA MSWRendelleE.Bolton and Shannon Wiltsey Stirman and Susan V. Eisen and Lawrence R Herz and Maura E. Pellowe},
  journal={The Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={44},
  pages={213-223}
}
It is estimated that <15% of veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) have engaged in two evidence-based psychotherapies highly recommended by VA—cognitive processing therapy (CPT) and prolonged exposure (PE). CPT and PE guidelines specify which patients are appropriate, but research suggests that providers may be more selective than the guidelines. In addition, PTSD clinical guidelines encourage “shared decision-making,” but there is little research on what processes providers use to… CONTINUE READING
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