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Jonas DE, Cusack K, Forneris CA, et al. Psychological and Pharmacological Treatments for Adults With Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) [Internet]. Rockville (MD): Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (US); 2013 Apr. (Comparative Effectiveness Reviews, No. 92.)

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Appendix GStrength of Evidence

Key Question 1

Table G-1. Cognitive processing therapy compared with inactive controls (waitlist or usual care)

Table G-2. Cognitive therapy (not including cognitive processing therapy) compared with inactive controls (waitlist, self-help booklet, usual care)

Table G-3. Stress inoculation training compared with waitlist

Table G-4. Relaxation compared with treatment as usual

Table G-5. Relaxation compared with cognitive restructuring

Table G-6. Exposure-based therapies compared with inactive controls (waitlist or usual care)

Table G-7. Exposure-based therapy compared with cognitive restructuring

Table G-8. Exposure-based therapy compared with cognitive processing therapy

Table G-9. Exposure-based therapy compared with stress inoculation training

Table G-10. Exposure-based therapy compared with relaxation

Table G-11. Exposure-based therapy compared with EMDR

Table G-12. Exposure-based therapy compared with exposure therapy + cognitive restructuring

Table G-13. CBT-mixed interventions compared with inactive controls (waitlist, usual care)

Table G-14. CBT-mixed interventions compared with relaxation: Head-to-head trials

Table G-15. EMDR compared with inactive controls (waitlist, usual care)

Table G-16. EMDR compared with relaxation

Table G-17. Seeking safety compared with standard community treatment (1 trial)

Table G-18. Seeking safety compared with active controls (relapse prevention, psychoeducation, treatment as usual in a VA substance use disorders clinic)

Table G-19. Imagery rehearsal therapy (IRT) compared with waitlist (1 trial)

Table G-20. Narrative exposure therapy (NET) compared with an inactive control (waitlist or minimal attention)

Table G-21. Brief eclectic psychotherapy (BEP) compared with waitlist

Table G-22. Brief eclectic psychotherapy (BEP) compared with EMDR

Table G-23. Trauma affect regulation compared with waitlist

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Psychological and Pharmacological Treatments for Adults With Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) [Internet].
Comparative Effectiveness Reviews, No. 92.
Jonas DE, Cusack K, Forneris CA, et al.

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