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Aug
04
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A slide in one of our training programs used to list prolonged exposure (PE) as “the gold standard” of trauma therapies, but then we took out the “g.” For two reasons. One is that eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) has now surpassed PE, in acceptability to clients as well as efficiency (Greenwald et al, 2016). The other is that the gold standard trauma therapy should be useful with real clients, and it’s not clear that PE is.The so-called gold standard trauma therapies were established on the basis of randomized controlled trials, with EMDR, and other cognitive-behavioral…
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