By Brett T. Litz PhD, Leslie Lebowitz PhD, Matt J. Gray PhD, William P. Nash M.D.
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Also, using a similar methodology, in 2007, 31% indicated they had insulted or cursed at civilians, 5% indicated mistreating civilians, and 11% reported damaging property unnecessarily (MHAT-V, 2008). These are putative signs of both the aftermath of moral injury and potentially morally injurious acts. , 2012). Before administering a clinical interview to evaluate PTSD symptoms, we asked 122 active duty treatment-seeking soldiers who had deployed to Iraq or Afghanistan to share the war experience that was the most haunting and currently distressing (this event was used to index various PTSD symptoms during the interview).
Military Cultural Competence May Enhance the Therapeutic Alliance Although seldom studied today as a predictor of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) outcomes (literature searches yield more recent articles 32 ADAPTIVE DISCLOSURE on the role of the helping relationship in physical therapy than in psychological therapy), past reviews support the claim that the nature and strength of the relationship between therapist and patient is one of the strongest predictors of outcome, regardless which explicit treatment techniques are used.
1995). This may be because current approaches do not provide enough latitude and guidance about uncovering underlying toxic memories or sufficient ways to push through service members’ and veterans’ defenses and avoidance maneuvers during the exposure. ’s  open trial of exposure therapy with Vietnam veterans). It is also important to point out that the most successful trials of exposure therapies entail a combination of in-therapy exposure (via imaginal recall) and in vivo exposure to CSs in the environment.
Adaptive Disclosure: A New Treatment for Military Trauma, Loss, and Moral Injury by Brett T. Litz PhD, Leslie Lebowitz PhD, Matt J. Gray PhD, William P. Nash M.D.