Effective PTSD treatment

06/11/2013 | American Journal of Preventive Medicine

Each year millions of adults are exposed to traumatic events, making the prevention of post-traumatic stress disorder increasingly significant for health care providers. Authors conclude that brief cognitive behavioral therapy may reduce PTSD symptom severity more than supportive counseling in those with acute stress disorder. Additional, well-designed research that broadens the evidence base is required for trauma-exposed individuals to receive the most effective care. (Available for CME credit.)

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