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VA PTSD Treatment Works

View one of several short videos to learn more about some of the effective PTSD treatments VA provides.

VA PTSD Treatment Works

Run time: 1 min 46 sec
Production Date: 11/2010

Listen to an overview of what effective treatment is provided at VA to help Veterans with PTSD.

Cognitive Processing Therapy

Run time: 14 min 38 sec
Production Date: 9/2009

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View: Cognitive Processing Therapy: Effective Treatment for Veterans with PTSD

This brief video explains what it is like to experience Cognitive Processing Therapy.

Prolonged Exposure Therapy

Run time: 9 min 12 sec
Production Date: 6/2010

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View: Prolonged Exposure: Embrace Your Life Again

This brief video explains what it is like to experience Prolonged Exposure Therapy.

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