In Reply Consistent with other research,1 we2 found that Seeking Safety (SS) did not outperform the comparison condition, in this case, prolonged exposure (PE). Najavits, SS’s developer who has acknowledged conflict of interest with SS, alleges 3 primary concerns with our study.
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Norman SB. Concerns About Potential Bias in a Randomized Clinical Trial of Integrated Prolonged Exposure Therapy vs Seeking Safety Integrated Coping Skills Therapy—Reply. JAMA Psychiatry. Published online August 14, 2019. doi:10.1001/jamapsychiatry.2019.2229
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