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Published in PDF in June 2007; 365 total pages in PDF; copied to CD-ROM.
FULL TITLE: Cognitive Processing Therapy - Veteran/Military Version - THERAPIST’S MANUALPublished by the U.S. Government
How to Use This Manual
Parts I, II, and III
The veteran/military version of the therapist’s manual for Cognitive Processing Therapy
(CPT) has been organized to maximize the ease with which therapists prepare for and
Part I includes background information on CPT and other common issues related to
PTSD that may arise during the therapy. We recommend that therapists read the entire
manual before meeting with patients.
Part II includes instructions on each of the 12 sessions. Each session opens with a
summary that briefly outlines the format of the session and gives recommended times
for each segment of the session. Each segment is then reviewed in detail, with goals,
rationale, and sample dialogue. Call-outs are located throughout this section in the right
margins of the text to allow therapists to quickly locate specific topics. Sample session
progress notes follow the close of each session to facilitate tracking of therapist/patient
progress. Relevant patient handouts also follow each session; please refer to the notes
in Appendix A and B for additional information on handouts.
Part III offers information on alternatives to conducting CPT, including variations of CPT
and adaptations of CPT for group administration.
Appendix A: Therapist Materials includes any materials that are not directly related to
session handouts or practice assignments for the patients. These items include: the
CPT contract, session practice assignment reviews, the PTSD Checklist Scoring, the
PCL-S monthly version, the PCL-S weekly version, and the PCL scoring chart.
Additionally, we have included an optional certificate of completion that can be used as
Appendix B: Patient Handouts contains clean, single-sided, reproducible copies of all
patient handouts. Six copies of all worksheets are included. Practice assignment
instructions and a list of the accompanying handouts for the patient’s reference
separate the session handouts. Additionally, example worksheets are included in this
section with the last three handouts being examples of worksheets on military sexual
trauma (MST) specifically.
Appendix C: Literature on CPT provides references to publications on CPT.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:| Part 1: | Introduction to Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) 1
Theory Behind CPT 1
PTSD as Disorder of Non-Recovery . 3
Pre-Therapy Issues. 3
1. Who Is Appropriate for CPT? . 3
2. When Should the CPT Protocol Begin?. .4
3. Treatment Contracting for CPT. 5
Overview of CPT Sessions . 6
Socratic Questioning Within CPT 7
1. Clarification .8
2. Probing Assumptions 9
3. Probing Reasons and Evidence9
4. Questioning Viewpoints and Perspectives 10
5. Analyzing Implications and Consequences. 10
6. Questions About the Question 10
Issues in Conducting CPT 11
1. Comorofferity 11
2. Avoidance. 16
3. Needs of Returning OIF/OEF Veterans 16
4. PTSD-Related Disability Status 17
5. Religion and Morality 18
6. Military Sexual Trauma (MST) 21
7. Ongoing Symptom Assessments Using PTSD and Depression
8. A Note on Session 1a—Bereavement 23
| Part 2: | CPT: Session by Session 25
Session 1: Introduction and Education 28
Session 1a: Traumatic Bereavement. 44
Session 2: The Meaning of the Event 58
Session 3: Identification of Thoughts and Feelings 74
Session 4: Remembering the Traumatic Event 84
Session 5: Second Trauma Account 98
Session 6: Challenging Questions. 108
Session 7: Patterns of Problematic Thinking . 118
Session 8: Safety Issues . 134
Session 9: Trust Issues . 146
Session 10: Power/Control Issues. 158
Session 11: Esteem Issues . 172
Session 12: Intimacy Issues and Meaning of the Event. 184Appendix A – 225 Appendix B – 246 Appendix C - 362
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