Despite the use of "gold standard" trauma treatments, the pain and agony of talking about traumatic details can quickly drive clients from your care.
Nearly a third drop out of therapy before they’ve had 5 sessions… certain you can’t help them find the rapid relief they’re desperately seeking.
What if you could quickly, efficiently and consistently reduce trauma symptomology — all without requiring clients to verbalize the details?Now you can.
In this online course, you’ll learn how to use this proven manualized approach to achieve clinically significant reductions in PTSD symptoms in as few as five treatment sessions — all by having clients write about the trauma.
Dr. Denise Sloan and Dr. Brian Marx are directors at the National Center for PTSD and developers of the Written Exposure Therapy (WET) protocol — a powerful, evidence-based clinical tool associated with low treatment dropout rates and shown to be as effective as longer intensive therapies.
Join them as they provide step-by-step instruction on how you can immediately use WET in your practice to facilitate more rapid healing without sacrificing treatment efficacy.
Don’t miss this chance to put your treatment on the fast track!
A Brief Evidence-Based Treatment for Reduced Dropouts and Improved Outcomes in Fewer Sessions
Bring the evidence-based power of Written Exposure Therapy (WET) into your practice and achieve clinically significant reductions in PTSD symptoms in as few as five treatment sessions!
You’ll learn how to successfully utilize this must-have clinical tool from the people who literally wrote the book on WET Therapy! Dr. Denise Sloan and Dr. Brian Marx are directors at the National Center for PTSD, developers of the Written Exposure Therapy protocol, and co-authors of Written Exposure Therapy for PTSD: A Brief Treatment Approach for Mental Health Professionals published by the American Psychological Association.
Full of scripts to ensure easy and proper implementation, example narratives, practice pointers on providing client feedback, and solutions for common treatment challenges, this course will help you put your PTSD treatment on the fast track!
P.S. — WET is strongly recommended in the VA/DoD Management of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Acute Stress Reaction Clinical Practice Guideline — so you can feel confident this approach is based on research and results!
- Necessary and sufficient components for PTSD treatment
- How WET was developed
- Examination of the treatment dose needed for successful PTSD treatment outcome
- Research - efficacy and effectiveness data supporting WET
- Research limitations
- Who are good candidates for WET and who are not
- Review of PTSD diagnostic criteria, including definition of trauma event
- Description of prevalence of PTSD
- Deciding on measures to assess for PTSD
- Monitor symptom severity during course of treatment
- Treatment rationale
- Instructions on how to conduct the first writing exercise
- Check-in and concluding the session
- Feedback on previous sessions writings
- Instructions for current session
- When modifications are needed
- How to provide feedback when clients do not include emotions in their narrative
- What to do when clients avoid writing about the most distressing part of the event
- How to provide positive and constructive feedback to move the client forward
- The use of videoconferencing
- Getting materials to and from clients when using telehealth
- Solutions to common issues that arise
Clinical Insights, Tips and Role Play Exercises to Help You Implement WET
- How to manage when clients do not follow writing instructions
- What to do when clients have an increase in PTSD symptoms
- Managing situations in which clients stop writing or refuse to start writing
- Managing comorbid issues, such as substance abuse and suicidal ideation
- Assessing whether additional treatment is needed
Fewer Dropouts and Improved PTSD Treatment Outcomes
in 5 Sessions or Less
Just $250.79 Today — Unbelievable Savings!
Assessment and Treatment Strategies for Some of the Most Misunderstood Disorders in the DSM
Trauma and dissociation go hand in hand. But the signs and symptoms of dissociation can be difficult to recognize. Frightened and confused, many clients enter a “revolving door” of ineffective treatment, in and out of the mental health system when the root of their problems can’t be identified.
With assessment tools, step-by-step processes, and therapeutic interventions, this program will prepare you to effectively meet the clinical challenges involved in identifying and treating individuals across the dissociative spectrum!
We’re that confident you'll find this learning experience to be all that's promised and more than you expected.
Denise M. Sloan, Ph.D., currently serves as the Associate Director, Behavioral Science Division, National Center for PTSD and a Professor of Psychiatry, Boston University School of Medicine. She is an expert on psychosocial interventions for traumatic stress disorders and has a specific interest in efficient treatment approaches for PTSD. Dr. Sloan conducted a series of studies that lead to the development of Written Exposure Therapy and has conducted multiple large-scale treatment studies examining the effectiveness of this treatment. She has published over 100 scientific articles and has received funding for her work from several organizations, including the Department of Veterans Affairs, National Institute for Mental Health, Department of Defense. Dr. Sloan is Editor of Behavior Therapy, Editor Elect of Journal of Traumatic Stress, and a consulting editor for six scientific journals. Dr. Sloan has over 25 years’ experience treating individuals with PTSD, and she has extensive experience training mental health providers in the delivery of trauma-focused treatments. Dr. Sloan obtained her doctorate in clinical psychology from Case Western Reserve University in 1998.Click here for information about Denise Sloan.
Brian P. Marx, Ph.D., is Deputy Director, Behavioral Science Division, National Center for PTSD and a Professor of Psychiatry, Boston University School of Medicine. He is an expert in the assessment and treatment of PTSD. With Dr. Denise Sloan, he is the co-developer of Written Exposure Therapy (WET) and has spent the last 20 years conducting a systematic line of research which supports the development and efficacy of this treatment. Dr. Marx has published over 200 scientific articles and has received external funding for his work from numerous organizations including the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, United States Department of Defense, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Dr. Marx is on the editorial board of several professional journals. He is a previous winner of the Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Science of Trauma Psychology from Division 56 of the American Psychological Association. Dr. Marx obtained his doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Mississippi.Click here for information about Brian Marx.
Fewer Dropouts and Improved PTSD Treatment Outcomes in 5 Sessions or Less
When You Access This Course, You Get:
✔ Detailed clinical guidance on implementing WET in your practice
✔ User friendly scripts and instruction on conducting each session
✔ Examples of trauma narratives and how to provide feedback
✔ 1 FREE bonus training and up to 12.5 total CE Hours of self-study CE
✔ Lifetime Access to ALL course recordings and handouts
Just $250.79 Today — Amazing Savings!