Run time: 102 min, in 6 parts
Production date: 2001
The purpose of this broadcast is to review clinical issues and research findings in the treatment of combat-related PTSD, which led to the application of readiness to change concepts to PTSD; review research on readiness to change PTSD among inpatient combat veterans; present an overview of the PTSD Motivation Enhancement Group; and describe a proposed model of PTSD treatment failure based on the Stages of Change model.
After the completion of this program, participants should be able to:
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|Title of Section||Run Time||Windows Media||Transcript - pdf|
|Introduction; PTSD Readiness to Change Model||(21:24)||Video (220 kB)||Part 1|
|Why PTSD Patients may be unaware of the need to change||(17:42)||Video (220 kB)||Part 2|
|Research Findings||(14:54)||Video (220 kB)||Part 3|
|PTSD Readiness to Change; Treatment Approaches||(12:49)||Video (220 kB)||Part 4|
|PTSD Motivational Enhancement (ME) Group||(16:40)||Video (220 kB)||Part 5|
|Research Agenda; Summary||(18:37)||Video (220 kB)||Part 6|
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Ronald T. Murphy, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Dillard University, New Orleans, LA
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