Flexible Applications of Cognitive Processing Therapy: Evidence-Based Treatment Methods provides a detailed roadmap on how to apply therapy to a wide-range of complex patients. Starting with an exploration of the development of CPT, the book then segues into a practical discussion on flexible adaptations of therapy. Dissemination and implementation of CPT is covered next, and the book concludes with directions for future research. It provides clinical guidance on treating PTSD with patients who express high levels of anger, shame, guilt, and other forms of emotionality, while also providing insight on research on the effectiveness of CPT on other comorbid disorders.
The book also reviews the outcomes of clinical trials of CPT inside and outside the United States, including examining modifications and outcomes in a diverse array of patient populations.
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Table of Contents
Part I Cognitive Processing Therapy: Supporting Evidence
1. The Face of PTSD
2. Ancestral Roots: The Origins of CPT
3. Treatment Development: The Early Years
4. Emerging as an Effective Therapy: CPT is Put to the Test
Part II Flexible Administrations of the CPT Manual
5. Challenges to Optimal Therapy Outcomes
6. Therapy is Hard: Improving Patient Engagement
7. Navigating Rough Waters: Managing Common Challenges Across the Four Cornerstones of CPT
8. Complex Trauma Histories
9. Managing Emotional Dysregulation
10. Addressing Comorbid Disorders and Conditions
Part III Dissemination and Implementation of CPT
11. Applications of CPT in Diverse Populations and Across Cultures
12. Administering CPT Across Health Care Systems and Clinical Settings
13. Future Frontiers