afro-xaunyaun5 karma2020-11-13 02:09:10 UTC
I have seen a lot of articles and research concerning the treatment of PTSD and I know that Cognitive Behavioral Therapy has the highest rate in treating PTSD. However, it seems that one major of problem is that patient tend to not follow through with the treatment?
As some who has been through a similar struggle, what would you recommend to do when patients start missing treatments and not following through with the regiment?
In your opinion what do you think causes this issue specifically in veterans? (I know when it comes to therapy a lot of people still feel ashamed asking for help or tend to fear that it might not work, leaving them helplessly struggling.)
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afro-xaunyaun3 karma2021-02-17 02:35:43 UTC
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afro-xaunyaun3 karma2021-02-17 04:16:27 UTC
Wow, that has got to be an interesting story. Honestly it was meant to be, after 9 years you found your way back.
afro-xaunyaun2 karma2021-02-17 04:13:47 UTC
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