Kathleen M Chard
- An evaluation of cognitive processing therapy for the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder related to childhood sexual abuseKathleen M Chard
PTSD Division, Cincinnati VA Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 45220, USA
J Consult Clin Psychol 73:965-71. 2005..A. Falsetti, H. S. Resnick, P. A. Resick, & D. G. Kilpatrick, 1993). Analyses suggested that CPT-SA is more effective for reducing trauma-related symptoms than is MA, and the results were maintained for at least 1 year...
- Dissemination and experience with cognitive processing therapyKathleen M Chard
PTSD and Anxiety Disorders Clinic, Cincinnati VA Medical Center, 1000 S Ft Thomas Ave, Ft Thomas, KY 41075, USA
J Rehabil Res Dev 49:667-78. 2012..Finally, we offer recommendations for using CPT in clinical settings...
- A comparison of OEF and OIF veterans and Vietnam veterans receiving cognitive processing therapyKathleen M Chard
Cincinnati VA Medical Center and Department of Psychiatry, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 45220, USA
J Trauma Stress 23:25-32. 2010..Findings suggest that veterans from these eras responded differently to treatment and there are multiple variables that should be considered in future cohort studies...
- Exploring the efficacy of a residential treatment program incorporating cognitive processing therapy-cognitive for veterans with PTSD and traumatic brain injuryKathleen M Chard
PTSD and Anxiety Disorders Division, Cincinnati VA Medical Center, Cincinnati, Ohio 45220, USA
J Trauma Stress 24:347-51. 2011....
- The influence of comorbid MDD on outcome after residential treatment for veterans with PTSD and a history of TBIKristen H Walter
Cincinnati VA Medical Center, PTSD and Anxiety Disorders Clinic, Cincinnati, OH 45220, USA
J Trauma Stress 25:426-32. 2012..There were no differences in the rate of symptom reduction between groups. Individuals who also met criteria for MDD at pretreatment, however, evidenced higher scores on symptom measures at all assessment time points (ds = 0.60-1.25)...
- Treatment adherence in cognitive processing therapy for combat-related PTSD with history of mild TBIJeremy J Davis
Mental Health Care Line, Cincinnati VA Medical Center, USA
Rehabil Psychol 58:36-42. 2013....
- Alcohol and stress in the militaryJeremiah A Schumm
Department of Clinical Psychiatry, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
Alcohol Res 34:401-7. 2012..It also addresses the possible implications for assessment and treatment of military personnel with co-occurring disorders...
- Dissemination of evidence-based psychological treatments for posttraumatic stress disorder in the Veterans Health AdministrationBradley E Karlin
Office of Mental Health Services, VA Central Office, Washington, DC 20420, USA
J Trauma Stress 23:663-73. 2010..Key issues, lessons learned, and next steps for maximizing impact and sustainability are also addressed...
- Common data elements for posttraumatic stress disorder researchDanny G Kaloupek
Veterans Affairs National Center for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Veterans Affairs Boston Healthcare System and Division of Psychiatry, Boston University School of Medicine, MA, USA
Arch Phys Med Rehabil 91:1684-91. 2010..The work group offered 4 caveats that highlight potential limitations and emphasize the voluntary nature of standardization for PTSD-related measurement...
- Group cognitive processing therapy delivered to veterans via telehealth: a pilot cohortLeslie A Morland
National Center for PTSD Pacific Islands Division, Department of Veterans Affairs Pacific Islands Healthcare System, Honolulu, HI 96819, USA
J Trauma Stress 24:465-9. 2011..In keeping with treatment manual recommendations, a few changes were made to the CPT protocol to accommodate this population. Novel aspects of this trial and lessons learned are discussed...
- Does a history of mild traumatic brain injury increase suicide risk in veterans with PTSD?Sean M Barnes
PTSD and Anxiety Disorders Clinic, Cincinnati Veterans Affairs Medical Center, USA
Rehabil Psychol 57:18-26. 2012....
- Relationship between posttraumatic stress disorder and postconcussive symptom improvement after completion of a posttraumatic stress disorder/traumatic brain injury residential treatment programKristen H Walter
PTSD and Anxiety Disorders Division, Cincinnati Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Fort Thomas, Kentucky, USA
Rehabil Psychol 57:13-7. 2012..This study examined whether (a) PTSD and postconcussive symptoms decreased over the course of residential PTSD/TBI treatment and (b) a reduction in PTSD symptoms was associated with a reduction in postconcussive symptoms...
- Cognitive behavioral treatments for posttraumatic stress disorder: empirical foundation and new directionsEllen M Koucky
Cincinnati Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, USA
CNS Spectr 18:73-81. 2013..Results of the 14 studies that were identified are discussed, and future directions for research are suggested...