Posts Tagged ART

USF Public Health awarded Army contract to train military clinicians in treatment of PTSD

Tampa, FLA (July 6, 2016) – The University of South Florida College of Public Health has been awarded a contract with the U.S. Army Medical Department Center and […]

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PTSD therapy studied at USF College of Nursing receives official recognition by federal registry

Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) classified as an effective therapy for PTSD and depression from SAMHSA program Tampa, FL (Nov. 24 2015) – Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART), a brief […]

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USF study of innovative therapy for PTSD expands to military sexual trauma

The USF College of Nursing leads research on a novel technique to alleviate veterans’ symptoms of combat-related and military sexual trauma.  By Saundra Amrhein On a recent spring […]

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USF Health celebrates 2013, looks ahead to New Year

As 2013 winds down and USF Health  moves into 2014,  we reflects on some highlights and accomplishments over the past year. And, we look ahead in the New […]

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New brief therapy eases symptoms of combat-related psychological trauma, USF Nursing study shows [VIDEO]

The research suggests Accelerated Resolution Therapy may be an option for veterans who do not respond optimally to conventional therapies endorsed by the Department of Defense and VA […]

USF College of Nursing Partners with Scotland’s University of Stirling to Study Innovative PTSD Therapy for Veterans

USF Nursing extends Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) internationally after showing promising results in the United States Tampa, FL (Sept. 12, 2013) – The University of South Florida College of […]

ART demonstration, Carrie Elk, College of Nursing

Accelerated Resolution Therapy shows dramatic reductions in PTSD symptoms, USF Nursing study reports

August 1, 2012 (Tampa, FL) – Researchers at the University of South Florida College of Nursing have shown that brief treatments with Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) substantially reduce […]