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CPT

CPT

Carrier Paid To. In international commerce, an agreement between a seller and a buyer indicating that the seller is responsible for the costs of shipping a good while the buyer assumes the risk of damage to the good once it is transferred to a carrier. This means that the buyer is responsible for any insurance he/she may wish to purchase. A carrier is any person who transports the good to an agreed upon destination; in cases where the transportation involves multiple carriers, risk is transferred when the good is delivered to the fist carrier. See also: United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, Incoterm.
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Cognitive processing therapy for veterans with military-related posttraumatic stress disorder.
A randomized clinical trial of group cognitive processing therapy compared to group present centered therapy for PTSD among active duty military personnel.
Effectiveness of cognitive processing therapy for treating posttraumatic stress disorder.
A randomized clinical trial to dismantle components of cognitive processing therapy for posttraumatic stress disorder in female victims of interpersonal violence.
Another manual-guided cognitive behavioral modality that has received strong empirical support for the treatment of PTSD is cognitive processing therapy. (70) Cognitive processing therapy consists of 12 weekly, 60-minute individual sessions.
Cognitive processing therapy for incarcerated adolescents with PTSD.
Using Cognitive Processing Therapy in Clinical Practice
Cognitive processing therapy (CPT) combines elements of the exposure and cognitive therapy approaches.
A recent dismantling study of cognitive processing therapy (Resick et al., 2008) found that cognitive restructuring without a written account of the trauma is not only as effective as cognitive restructuring with a written account, it also demonstrates more rapid symptom remission.
Among the therapies that have shown promise in the treatment of PTSD secondary to MST in VA samples are prolonged-exposure therapy, cognitive processing therapy, and, recently, guided imagery.
Respondents lacked confidence to the greatest extent with delivering cognitive processing therapy and eye-movement de-sensitization and reprocessing (EMDR)--both of which are recommended in the new ISTSS best-practice guidelines for the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Louis, discussed the results of a trial in which 171 patients with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) related to sexual assault were randomized to receive 13 hours of cognitive processing therapy (CPT) or prolonged exposure, or were assigned to a waiting list.

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