Satir brief transformational therapy as treatment for trauma-related disorders including PTSD
WorkSafeBC Evidence-Based Practice Group, Martin CW
Record ID 32018004205
Authors' objectives: To determine whether there is any evidence to support the efficacy and/or effectiveness of Satir Brief Transformational Therapy as treatment for (psychological) trauma-related disorders, including PTSD.
Authors' results and conclusions: At present, there is no study investigating and/or reporting on the efficacy and/or effectiveness of the Satir model as treatment for trauma-related disorders, including PTSD.
Authors' methods: A comprehensive and systematic literature search of commercial medical literature databases was conducted on March 22, 2022. Combinations of keywords were employed in these searches (for full search terms see paper). No limitations, such as on the date and language of publication, were implemented in any of these searches. No published studies were identified from search (a) to (f) and search (h). One hundred & thirty-three and six published studies were identified from search (g) and (i), respectively. Upon examination of the titles and abstracts of these 139 published studies, none discussed or provide any evidence on the application of the Satir model in treating PTSD or any other trauma-related disorders. Although there was no study investigating the efficacy and/or effectiveness of the Satir model in treating trauma-related disorders, we retrieved one article by Banmen and Maki-Banmen in order to understand the Satir model. Full details are laid out in the paper.
Project Status: Completed
URL for project: https://www.worksafebc.com/en/about-us/research-services/evidence-based-medicine-and-systematic-reviews
Year Published: 2022
URL for published report: https://www.worksafebc.com/resources/health-care-providers/guides/satir-brief-transformational-therapy-treatment-trauma-related-disorders-ptsd?lang=en
English language abstract: An English language summary is available
Publication Type: Mini HTA
- Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic
- Family Therapy
- Psychological Trauma
- posttraumatic stress disorder
- post-traumatic stress disorder
- post tramautic stress disorder
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