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Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET)

Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET) is a short-term treatment for survivors of trauma, developed by Shauer, Neuner & Elbert. The evidence base supports the use of NET for survivors of multiple trauma. Vivo.org is the NET founding organisation. It conducts and organises research into the use of NET.

  • Robjant, K., Fazel, M. (2010). The emerging evidence for Narrative Exposure Therapy: a review. Clinical Psychology Review, 30(8), 1030-1039 Read abstract
  • Neuner, F., Schauer, M., Klaschik, C., et al. (2004). A comparison of Narrative Exposure Therapy, Supportive Counselling, and Psychoeducation for Treating Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in an african Refugee Settlement. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 72(4), 579-587 msf.org archive.org
  • Elbert, T., Schauer, M. (2002). Burnt into memory. Nature, 419, 883. uni-konstanz.de archive.org
  • Definition of NET at CommonLanguagePsychotherapy.org commonlanguagepsychotherapy.org

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