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    Essay Exposure and Behavioral Therapies December 12‚ 2006 In psychotherapy there are many different ways that a therapist can decide how to treat a client. In my paper I will discuss how Exposure Therapy and Behavioral Therapy work together with a client. I will focus on the nature of the problem‚ the process of change‚ theory in practice‚ multicultural considerations‚ and the types of clients and clinical problems. The Nature of the Problem: In both Exposure and Behavioral Therapy the main

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    Prolonged exposure therapy or (PE) is a psychotherapy that forces individuals to deal with diffucult traumas.  It may include reliving emotional events that cause the patient to think about‚ visit and encounter individuals directly involved in the trauma.  It is believed that this process can enable post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) individuals to recognize that their truama related fears and anxieties will not harm them.  This exposure also allows the fear to diminish.  Prolonged therapy may

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    prevalence of 6-31%. PTSD is a mental health disorder that seems to be affecting veterans for long periods of time. There are several psychotherapy interventions that can treat PTSD. One of the treatments that have received a lot of criticism is prolonged

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    Good morning ladies and gentlemen‚ today I am here to speak to you about domestic violence‚ murder‚ self-inflicted injury and suicide. These are just a few unfortunate outcomes of posttraumatic stress disorder among war veterans. Paranoia‚ hopelessness‚ depression‚ impulsiveness and recklessness are symptoms that are present in many soldiers returning from war (NIMH‚ n.d.). Upon reintegration into society‚ both female and male marines and soldiers often feel detached and have problems showing intimacy

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    include: Prolonged-exposure therapy‚ Cognitive-processing therapy‚ Stress-inoculation training‚ Eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing‚ or EMDR‚ or Medications. 2.) Which treatments make the “A” list? The VA consider two of the "A" treatments-prolonged exposure therapy and cognitive-processing therapy-that it is doing national rollouts of them within the VA‚ notes psychologist Antonette Zeiss‚ PhD‚ deputy chief consultant for mental health at the agency. 3.) Describe prolonged exposure therapy

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    Informative Speech Health Effects of War Topic: health effects war has on soldiers General Purpose: to inform Specific Purpose: to inform my audience about health effects war has on soldiers Thesis: If a war can severely impact the countries at war‚ it surely has a grave impact on those who are on the forefront during the times of war. Introduction I. "Will he ever find peace here on this earth? Before death’s fingers encircle his throat Or will peace remain just beyond his girth Abandoning him

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    through shared decision-making: A Pilot Study. Military Medicine‚ 179(2)‚ 143-149. doi: 10.7205/MILMED-D-13-00363 Reger‚ G. M.‚ Durham‚ T. L.‚ Terantino‚ K. A.‚ Luxton‚ D. D.‚ Holloway‚ K. M.‚ & Lee‚ J. A. (July 2013). Deployed soldiers’ reactions to exposure and medication treatments for PTSD. Psychological Trauma: Theory‚ Research‚ Practice‚ and Policy‚ 5(4)‚ 309-316. doi: 10.1037/a0028409 Wilk‚ J. E.‚ West‚ J. C.‚ Duffy‚ F. F.‚ Herrell‚ R. K.‚ Rae‚ D. S.‚ & Hoge‚ C. W. (2013). Use of evidence-based

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    essay is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). I chose this topic because it always interested me. It was interesting the way people acted towards certain things around them. I assumed that there would be only a few treatments for PTSD like group therapy. I did not expect to find as many treatments as I did. The research went over my expectations. I found my sources on Ebsco. I just typed in PTSD and psychotherapies. PTSD is a type of an anxiety disorder. It might occur after having a traumatic

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    stress disorder can only occur after a traumatic event. The diagnostic criteria according to the DSM IV (1994) for PTSD are as follows;- “The essential feature of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder is the development of characteristic symptoms following exposure to an extreme traumatic stressor involving direct personal experience of an event that involves actual or threatened death or serious injury‚ or other threat to one ’s physical integrity; or witnessing an event that involves death‚ injury‚ or a threat

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    sid=6c7164f6-d4f6-4ce6-8a46-f1ad579caf63%40sessionmgr15&vid=5&hid=24 Robert N. Mclay‚ Dennis P. Wood‚ Jennifer A. Webb-Murphy‚ James L. Spira‚ Mark D. Wiederhold‚ Jeffery M. Pyne‚ Brenda K. Wiederhold. (2011). A Randomized‚ Control Trial of Virtual Reality-Graded Exposure Therapy for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Active Duty Service Members with Combat-Related Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Cyberpsychology‚ Behavior‚ and Social Networking Volume 14‚ Issue 4. Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.com.rocky.iona.edu:2048/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer

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