Candice M Monson
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy for PTSD in the real world: do interpersonal relationships make a real difference?Candice M Monson
VA National Center for PTSD, Women s Health Sciences Division, VA Boston Healthcare System, Boston, MA 02130, USA
J Clin Psychol 61:751-61. 2005..The theoretical implications of these results, as well as the clinical opportunities to improve CBT for PTSD by capitalizing on patients' relationships, are discussed...
- Associations among disaster exposure, intimate relationship adjustment, and PTSD symptoms: can disaster exposure enhance a relationship?Steffany J Fredman
National Center for PTSD, VA Boston Healthcare System, 150 South Huntington Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts 02130, USA
J Trauma Stress 23:446-51. 2010..These data suggest that some aspects of disaster exposure can have a mobilizing and positive effect on intimate relationships. In turn, positive intimate relationships may buffer individuals against PTSD symptoms...
- Examining the correlates of aggression among male and female Vietnam veteransCasey T Taft
VA Boston Healthcare System, Boston, MA 02130, USA
Violence Vict 24:639-52. 2009..For women, only lower age and unemployment were associated with aggression. Findings highlight the importance of developing models for aggression among those experiencing military deployments...
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy for PTSD and depression symptoms reduces risk for future intimate partner violence among interpersonal trauma survivorsKatherine M Iverson
Women s Health Sciences Division of the National Center for PTSD, VA Boston Healthcare System, 150 South Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02130, USA
J Consult Clin Psychol 79:193-202. 2011..Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is effective in reducing PTSD and depression symptoms, yet limited research has investigated the effectiveness of CBT in reducing risk for future IPV among interpersonal trauma survivors...
- Change in posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms: do clinicians and patients agree?Candice M Monson
Women s Health Sciences Division, National Center for PTSD, Veterans Affairs Boston Healthcare System, Boston, MA 02130, USA
Psychol Assess 20:131-8. 2008..The value of multimodal assessment of PTSD treatment outcomes is discussed...
- Long-term outcomes of cognitive-behavioral treatments for posttraumatic stress disorder among female rape survivorsPatricia A Resick
National Center for PTSD VA Boston Healthcare System, Boston, Massachusetts 01230, USA
J Consult Clin Psychol 80:201-10. 2012..Competing hypotheses for positive outcomes (i.e., additional therapy, medication) were examined...
- Posttraumatic stress disorder and intimate relationship problems: a meta-analysisCasey T Taft
Behavioral Science Division, National Center for PTSD, VA Boston Healthcare System, Boston, MA 02130, USA
J Consult Clin Psychol 79:22-33. 2011..The authors conducted a meta-analysis of empirical studies investigating associations between indices of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and intimate relationship problems to empirically synthesize this literature...
- The role of couples' interacting world assumptions and relationship adjustment in women's postdisaster PTSD symptomsCandice M Monson
Department of Psychiatry, National Center for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, VA Boston Healthcare System, and Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA 02130, USA
J Trauma Stress 22:276-81. 2009..Implications for understanding the role of intimate relationships in postdisaster mental health and interpersonally oriented prevention efforts are discussed...
- Changes in coping strategies, relationship to the perpetrator, and posttraumatic distress in female crime victimsCassidy A Gutner
National Center for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Women's Health Sciences Division, VA Boston Healthcare System, Boston, MA 02130, USA
J Trauma Stress 19:813-23. 2006..Victims with known perpetrators, who coped more by social withdrawal, had more severe PTSD symptoms over time. The importance of examining the dynamic nature of coping in the development of PTSD is discussed...
- Cognitive-behavioral conjoint therapy for posttraumatic stress disorder: application to operation enduring and Iraqi Freedom veteransCandice M Monson
National Center for PTSD, Women s Health Sciences Division VA Boston Healthcare System, Boston, MA 02130, USA
J Clin Psychol 64:958-71. 2008..Following an overview of CBCT for PTSD, the authors present a case study to illustrate the application of CBCT to an Operation Enduring and Iraqi Freedom couple...
- The impact of sudden gains in cognitive behavioral therapy for posttraumatic stress disorderKacie A Kelly
Women s Health Sciences Division, National Center for PTSD, VA Boston Healthcare System, Boston, MA 02130, USA
J Trauma Stress 22:287-93. 2009..Participants experiencing sudden gains on PTSD measures had lower depression severity at posttreatment and follow-up...
- Cognitive processing therapy for veterans with military-related posttraumatic stress disorderCandice M Monson
Veterans Affairs National Center for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Women s Health Sciences Division, Boston, MA 02130, USA
J Consult Clin Psychol 74:898-907. 2006..This trial provides some of the most encouraging results of PTSD treatment for veterans with chronic PTSD and supports increased use of cognitive- behavioral treatments in this population...
- The role of emotional functioning in military-related PTSD and its treatmentJennifer L Price
VA National Center for PTSD, Executive Division, White River Junction, VT, USA
J Anxiety Disord 20:661-74. 2006..Future research directions are offered, including improved measurement of emotional functioning and longitudinal research delineating the likely bi-directional relationship between emotional functioning and PTSD...
- 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...
- Concordance between physiological arousal and subjective distress among Vietnam combat veterans undergoing challenge testing for PTSDBrian P Marx
National Center for PTSD, VA Boston Healthcare System, Boston, MA, USA
J Trauma Stress 25:416-25. 2012..The results of these analyses suggest that patients' reports of distress during exposure-based treatments might serve as approximate measures of actual physiological arousal...
- Emotional deficits in military-related PTSD: an investigation of content and process disturbancesCandice M Monson
VA National Center for PTSD, Executive Division, 215 N Main, White River Junction, Vermont 05009, USA
J Trauma Stress 17:275-9. 2004....
- Examining the correlates of psychological aggression among a community sample of couplesCasey T Taft
Behavioral Science Division, National Center for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, VA Boston Healthcare System, Department of Psychiatry, Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA, USA
J Fam Psychol 20:581-8. 2006..These data highlight the importance of the further development of models for psychological aggression in both women and men...
- Cognitive-Behavioral Couple's Treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder: initial findingsCandice M Monson
White River Junction VA Medical and Regional Office Center, White River Junction, Vermont 05009, USA
J Trauma Stress 17:341-4. 2004..The current findings are compared with findings on other forms of empirically validated treatment for PTSD and previous studies of CBCT for various individual problems. Theoretical implications and future directions are offered...
- A critical analysis of approaches to targeted PTSD prevention: current status and theoretically derived future directionsMatthew T Feldner
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, USA
Behav Modif 31:80-116. 2007..Third, the authors consider how existing prevention programs target these mechanisms of action. Finally, the authors consider directions for future research in the area of targeted PTSD prevention...
- Posttraumatic stress symptoms and smoking to reduce negative affect: an investigation of trauma-exposed daily smokersMatthew T Feldner
Prevention Sciences Division of the Intervention Sciences Laboratory, University of Arkansas, Department of Psychology, 216 Memorial Hall, Fayetteville, AR 72701, USA
Addict Behav 32:214-27. 2007..Results are discussed in terms of the implications of smoking to regulate affect among daily smokers who have been exposed to traumatic events...
- Sexual and nonsexual dating violence perpetration: testing an integrated perpetrator typologyCandice M Monson
University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA
Violence Vict 17:403-28. 2002..The implications of these findings are discussed with regard to the development of typologies, their application to men and women perpetrators, as well as their utility for the assessment and treatment of perpetrators...
- Cognitive-Behavioral Couples Therapy for Posttraumatic Stress DisorderCandice Monson; Fiscal Year: 2007..It is hoped that this treatment will ultimately decrease the prevalence and burden of this significant and growing public health problem. ..