This prediction has received support in a case studies and open trials with a variety of diagnoses.
Time was spent identifying the irrational beliefs that had had led her to have such a traumatic reaction to the event and then she worked on disputing these irrational beliefs and creating and strengthening new rational beliefs.
EMDR was successfully used to treat the traumatic event, in combination with CBT which was used to help dispute the irrational beliefs formed at the time of the event, and to help build new healthy rational beliefs concerning the event. Case Study 2- OCD Client B was a 25 year old female who presented with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and reported washing her hands up to 30 times a day, and obsessively checking the cooker to make sure it was off.
This was seriously effecting her life, she had very sore hands and found it difficult to leave the house due to the need to check the cooker.
CBT was used to successfully address the reasons behind her anxiety and then behavioural assignments were used to address the washing and checking behaviours. Very quickly she learned to reduce then cease the behaviour and she attended top up sessions to monitor and re-enforce her continued success.Case Study 3 Josh is a 27 year-old male who recently moved back in with his parents after his fiancée was killed by a drunk driver 3 months ago.
His fiancée, a beautiful young woman he’d been dating for the past 4 years, was walking across a busy intersection to meet him for lunch one day.
PTSD Case Study. £20, to help child who suffered PTSD following a car accident. Our client was only five years old when he was involved in a car accident caused by an uninsured driver. Preschool PTSD Treatment (PPT) is a theory-driven, manualized protocol based parent-child relationship, which has a causal, moderating, or mediating relationship on at least for a subset of children.
In addition, at least one case study has clearly identified parent-child relationship dynamics that hindered the children. PPT Manual.
7. Both Joe and Maria suffered from PTSD and, with time, both were able to control their symptoms. The first step in this process was for each of them to find someone they could trust – for Maria it was her art teacher, and for Joe it was his girlfriend.
Methods. A systematic review of case law was conducted using the legal database LexisNexis. Federal and state appellate cases through were sought by using the search terms PTSD, posttraumatic stress disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, or post traumatic stress disorder occurring in the summary, syllabus, or overview sections of cases, along with the terms criminal, insanity.
Case Study 1 - PTSD ClientA was a 36 year old client who presented with PTSD and reported the trigger for her disturbance had been her husband attempting suicide in .