Cognitive Processing Therapy for Spanish-speaking Latinos: A Formative Study of a Model-Driven Cultural Adaptation of the Manual to Enhance Implementation in a Usual Care Setting

Sarah E. Valentine, Christina P.C. Borba, Louise Dixon, Adin S. Vaewsorn, Julia Gallegos Guajardo, Patricia A. Resick, Shannon Wiltsey Stirman, Luana Marques

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© 2016 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. Objective: As part of a larger implementation trial for cognitive processing therapy (CPT) for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in a community health center, we used formative evaluation to assess relations between iterative cultural adaption (for Spanish-speaking clients) and implementation outcomes (appropriateness and acceptability) for CPT. Method: Qualitative data for the current study were gathered through multiple sources (providers: N = 6; clients: N = 22), including CPT therapy sessions, provider fieldnotes, weekly consultation team meetings, and researcher fieldnotes. Findings from conventional and directed content analysis of the data informed refinements to the CPT manual. Results: Data-driven refinements included adaptations related to cultural context (i.e., language, regional variation in wording), urban context (e.g., crime/violence), and literacy level. Qualitative findings suggest improved appropriateness and acceptability of CPT for Spanish-speaking clients. Conclusion: Our study reinforces the need for dual application of cultural adaptation and implementation science to address the PTSD treatment needs of Spanish-speaking clients.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)239-256
Number of pages18
JournalJournal of Clinical Psychology
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Publication statusPublished - 1 Mar 2017

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Cognitive Therapy
Hispanic Americans
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders
Community Health Centers
Crime
Violence
Language
Referral and Consultation
Research Personnel
Latinos
Cognitive Processing
Therapy
Cultural Adaptation
Therapeutics

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  • Clinical Psychology
  • Arts and Humanities (miscellaneous)

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Valentine, Sarah E. ; Borba, Christina P.C. ; Dixon, Louise ; Vaewsorn, Adin S. ; Guajardo, Julia Gallegos ; Resick, Patricia A. ; Wiltsey Stirman, Shannon ; Marques, Luana. / Cognitive Processing Therapy for Spanish-speaking Latinos: A Formative Study of a Model-Driven Cultural Adaptation of the Manual to Enhance Implementation in a Usual Care Setting. In: Journal of Clinical Psychology. 2017 ; pp. 239-256.
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Cognitive Processing Therapy for Spanish-speaking Latinos: A Formative Study of a Model-Driven Cultural Adaptation of the Manual to Enhance Implementation in a Usual Care Setting. / Valentine, Sarah E.; Borba, Christina P.C.; Dixon, Louise; Vaewsorn, Adin S.; Guajardo, Julia Gallegos; Resick, Patricia A.; Wiltsey Stirman, Shannon; Marques, Luana.

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