Predicting Use of Evidence-Based Treatments by Helping Professionals for the Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
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Post-traumatic stress disorder -- Treatment, Psychotherapy, Evidence-based medicine, treatment choice PTSD psychotherapy CBT DBT EMDR PE helping professionals training
Research suggests that evidence-based treatments (EBTs) for posttraumatic stress disorder are underutilized by counselors, psychologists, and other helping professionals (Becker, Zayfert, & Anderson, 2004 Van Minnen, Hendriks, & Olff, 2010). The current study examined factors that may predict use of EBTs by helping professionals including theoretical orientation, workplace setting, training, client preference, and highest degree held by the helping professional. Training was the only factor found to significantly predict the use of EBTs, suggesting that training may be key in disseminating EBTs and increasing their use
Lafleur, Sean A., "Predicting Use of Evidence-Based Treatments by Helping Professionals for the Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder" (2014). ETD Archive. 860.