Cæcilie Böck Buhman, Morten Ekstrøm og Jessica Carlsson fra CTP har bidraget til publicering af langtidsopfølgningen af CTP's første randomiserde studie i tidsskriftet Psychiatry Research.
Under titlen "Long-term treatment effect of trauma-affected refugees with flexible cognitive behavioural therapy and antidepressants" konkluderes blandt andet":
• Treatment with cognitive behavioural therapy and antidepressants was associated with improvement in PTSD, depression, quality of life and level of functioning.
• Improvement over time was independent of treatment modality.
• Relational conflicts and socioeconomic problems were associated with worse outcome.