Interpersonal Psychotherapy is a non-exposure-based PTSD treatment. Patients focus on current interpersonal encounters rather than past traumas. This approach may avoid some of the disadvantages of exposure oriented therapies, such as their lack of focus on individual processes, high attrition rates, lower effectiveness for symptoms of depression, association with fear induction and possible short-lived positive effects.
Keywords: PTSD, trauma, exposure, interpersonal, psychotherapy, treatment
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Intepersonal Psychotherapy and Exposure Therapies for PTSD (1) Ch Jonathan Haverkampf