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Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)

Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), one of the most well-researched cognitive-based approaches to treat PTSD, has a primary focus on challenging and modifying maladaptive beliefs related to the trauma, but also includes a written exposure component. CPT has been used with great success in multiple patient populations, including Veterans. Decades of research with well-designed randomized controlled trials have proven its effectiveness in treating PTSD. CPT is a protocol-based treatment, and is typically completed in twelve sessions. This engaging online training presented by experts at the Center for Deployment Psychology takes mental health providers through background, theory, rationale, and session-by-session instruction in preparation to use CPT in their clinical practices. For Continuing Education information click HERE.

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