December 14, 2016
Presenter: Andrew S. Berry, Ph.D., Psy.D., ABPP
Discussant: Capt. Nate Emery, USMC (Ret'd)
The interpersonal approach in working with veterans with PTSD emphasizes relationships over a collection of psychiatric, biochemically driven symptoms. These symptoms do not exist in a vacuum and are most viscerally experienced in the context of interpersonal relationships. A major part of these relationships, it should be noted, are the patient's dealings with those in positions of authority, traced back to the formative years of childhood, setting a template for current similar relationships with authority figures.
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