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Using exposure therapy and service dogs to treat PTSD: pragmatic case studies
The purpose of this exploratory study is to learn about the experiences of licensed psychotherapists who have provided exposure-based, cognitive-behavioral therapy to U.S. Military Veterans who had a psychiatric service dog (PSD) for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) during treatment. This topic is an important area for research because no prior studies are available regarding the provision of cognitive-behavioral therapy for PTSD to Veterans with a PSD, while the popularity of PSDs isdoi:10.7282/t3-m26c-4g70 fatcat:ascqlbgkivgg3o6sbei6letepe