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Treating PTSD with a Personalised Approach to Evidence-based Therapy

Treating PTSD with a Personalised Approach to Evidence-based Therapy

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Title: Treating PTSD with a Personalised Approach to Evidence-based Therapy
Presenter: Tara Galovski
Date: Tuesday 1st March 2022
Time: 1pm-4pm
Venue: Held online

This event is only open to those who supervise on the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Bath

 

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Treating PTSD with a Personalised Approach to Evidence-Based Therapy

Presenter: Tara Galovski

Date: Tuesday 1st March 2022

1pm-4pm

 

This event is only open to those who supervise for the DClin programme at the University of Bath

 

This workshop seeks to explore personalized approaches to clinical care for PTSD. The challenges of implementing evidence-based and manualized treatments across culturally diverse trauma populations will be reviewed. Recent clinical trials that have tested modified  approaches to Cognitive Processing Therapy will be presented to illustrate empirically supported ways that manualized therapy can be flexibly administered to optimize outcomes for different types of patient populations. Attention will be paid to reducing the inherent risks to fidelity to manualized protocols and avoiding inadvertent dilution of the efficacy of the treatment with modifications. Therapists will be invited to describe culturally diverse and complicated cases from their own clinical experiences and attendees will work together to apply a personalized approach to navigating clinically complex cases with evidenced-based, manualized therapy protocols.

 

Bio: Dr. Galovski is the Director of the Women’s Health Sciences Division of the National Center for PTSD and an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Boston University School of Medicine.  She earned her BA from the University of Rochester, her doctorate in clinical psychology in 2001 from the University at Albany – State University of New York. Prior to accepting her current position in the VA, Dr. Galovski was an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychological Sciences at the University of Missouri-St. Louis and co-Director of the Center for Trauma Recovery. Over the last decade, Dr. Galovski has been a national trainer of Cognitive Processing Therapy, has trained over 1000 clinicians in both the VA and community mental health clinics, and has treated or supervised the treatment of 100s of PTSD cases.  She is interested in exploring the effects of exposure to traumatic events and continuing the development of psychological interventions designed to treat PTSD and comorbid psychiatric disorders. She has conducted federally funded clinical trials (NIH, SAMHSA, DoD) within a variety of populations exposed to different types of trauma including combat, sexual trauma, domestic violence, community violence, and motor vehicle accidents. This work has been conducted with civilians, law enforcement, active duty service members, and Veterans and she has published in multiple peer-reviewed journals, chapters and has written two books. Recently, Dr. Galovski has developed, and is the Director of, a national network of peer-led support groups for women Veterans (Women Veterans Network: WoVeN). 

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