Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Postwar Kosovar Adolescents Using Mind-Body Skills Groups

He cited us,3 he overlooked the evidence we provided indicating that the Bacloville article4 was published without acknowledging major changes to the initial protocol, affecting the primary outcome

James S. Gordon; Julie K. Staples; Afrim Blyta; Murat Bytyqi; Amy T. Wilson


Scholarcy highlights

  • The program was conducted by high school teachers in consultation with psychiatrists and psychologists and included meditation, guided imagery, and breathing techniques; self-expression through words, drawings, and movement; autogenic training and biofeedback; and genograms
  • The study was conducted from September 2004 to May 2005 by The Center for Mind-Body Medicine at a high school in the Suhareka region of Kosovo
  • The decreased PTSD symptom scores were maintained in the initial intervention group at 3-month follow-up
  • “If you torture the data long enough, it will confess.”

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