Aims The aim of this study was to look at effectiveness of SET
as a single session in the treatment of depression associated with PTSD.
Method A cohort of 82 subjects were assessed using the Beck
Depression Inventory at the start of the single-session and at the
conclusion of the single-session. Single session SET consisting of
recording baseline measures, administration of four clinical exercises,
questionnaire administration and results analysis. Results
Results of the tests (n=82) showed clinically significant therapeutic
effects from SET in a single therapy session with 76.82% improvement.
Conclusions Results for the in-person single shot two hour SET
depression intervention demonstrated clinically significant impact on
depression symptoms associated with PTSD.