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(p. 79) IPT for PTSD—Role Transitions 

(p. 79) IPT for PTSD—Role Transitions
(p. 79) IPT for PTSD—Role Transitions

John C. Markowitz

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date: 29 September 2020

This and the succeeding chapters focus on specific interpersonal problem areas, the focus of treatment for PTSD. This chapter provides a description of how therapists treat role transitions for patients with PTSD, the most common IPT focal area in PTSD. The chapter illustrates this in three extended case examples: Martina, Chuck, and Deborah. The chapter presents vignettes of therapist and patient interactions, including history-taking, formulation, proceedings from treatment sessions, and the termination of treatment. Each patient’s treatment scores are presented over time.

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