Walden Behavioral Care reports aggregate quality assessment information on patients treated with ART.

“Walden Behavioral Care is a proprietary behavioral health care company committed to providing comfortable and compassionate environments of care and innovative treatment services for individuals living with eating disorders, psychiatric disorders and other co-morbid issues. Clinics are located in MA, CT and GA. As part of Walden’s continuous quality evaluation and improvement process, and not part of any type of …

Evaluation of brief treatment of symptoms of psychological trauma among veterans residing in a homeless shelter by use of Accelerated Resolution Therapy

Science Daily | October 2016 There are nearly 20 million veterans living in the United States today with 14% from the post-911 era (9/2011 or later), 18% from the Gulf War (1990 – 2001), 36% from the Vietnam era, and 17% from earlier conflicts (United States Census Bureau, 2015). In 2009, Secretary Eric Shinseki of the Department of Veterans Affairs …

Clinical Research Article

Accelerated Resolution Therapy for treatment of pain secondary to symptons of combat-related post traumatic stress disorder (2014) PDF Document  

Brief Therapy Eases Symptoms of Combat-Related Psychological Trauma

Science Daily | December 9 Accelerated Resolution Therapy, or ART, is a brief, safe, and effective treatment for combat-related symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among veterans and U.S. service members, researchers at University of South Florida College of Nursing report in a new study. They found this newer treatment — a combination of evidence-based psychotherapies and use of eye …

Symptoms of combat-related psychological trauma eased by new brief therapy

Medical News Today Accelerated Resolution Therapy, or ART, is a brief, safe, and effective treatment for combat-related symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among veterans and U.S. service members, researchers at University of South Florida College of Nursing report in a new study. They found this newer treatment – a combination of evidence-based psychotherapies and use of eye movements – …