Figure 8 is titled “Mean change from baseline to 6-month follow-up of treatment in IES Intrusion Subscale symptom scores for CBT compared with SC.” The figure displays a forest plot reporting the change in weighted mean difference in IES Intrusion symptom scores between the CBT group and the supportive counseling group. The meta-analysis results show that the CBT group experienced a significantly greater reduction in IES Intrusion scores at 6-month follow-up compared to the supportive counseling group (weighted mean difference, −8.19, 95% CI, −11.79 to −4.58). Overall I2 = 6.8%.

Figure 8Mean change from baseline to 6-month followup in IES-Intrusion subscale symptom scores for CBT compared with SC

From: Results

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