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Treating the Wounds of Survivors of Sexual Assault on College Campuses

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posted on 06.08.2019 by Amy Gunter
This paper briefly explores the resources available on U.S. college campuses for survivors of sexual assault. Data reported in the National College Health Assessment II indicated that only half of the participating U.S. institutions of higher education provided multiple resources for their students whom were survivors of sexual assault. One of these resources were mental health services. Although Cognitive Processing Therapy is recognized as an evidence based therapy, little is known about the inclusion of LGBT survivors in Cognitive Processing Therapy groups or the resulting treatment outcomes.

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amy.gunter@csulb.edu

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United States

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Higher Education Lecturer

Lead author institution

California State University, Long Beach

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