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Table 2 Means and Standard Deviations of Perceived Barriers to Trauma Inquiry at Baseline, 3-Month and 6-Month Follow-up

From: Reducing barriers to trauma inquiry in substance use disorder treatment – a cluster-randomized controlled trial

Barriers to trauma inquiry Baseline p 3-month follow-up 6-month follow-up
Intervention (n = 57) Control (n = 74) Intervention (n = 42) Control (n = 61) Intervention (n = 31) Control (n = 43)
n M SD n M SD n M SD n M SD n M SD n M SD
‘Feeling uncomfortable’ 57 1.40 0.68 74 1.30 0.77 .154 41 1.20 0.63 60 1.30 0.74 31 1.10 0.67 43 1.30 0.75
‘Fear of offending the client’ 57 1.50 0.71 74 1.30 0.86 .121 42 1.10 0.71 60 1.20 0.88 31 0.97 0.71 43 1.30 0.85
‘Fear of retraumatizing the client’ 57 1.30 0.71 74 1.30 0.79 .949 42 0.67 0.61 60 1.20 0.81 31 0.81 0.48 42 1.40 0.76
‘Fear that client may terminate treatment’ 57 1.10 0.62 74 0.83 0.60 .025 42 0.69 0.64 60 0.83 0.64 31 0.68 0.60 42 0.93 0.64
‘Unsure whether authorities have to be informed when perpetrator is known’ 57 1.20 0.92 74 0.81 0.91 .034 42 0.88 0.86 61 0.74 0.85 31 0.45 0.72 43 0.88 0.85
‘No trauma-specific treatment available in my local area’ 57 1.40 0.86 74 1.10 0.87 .093 42 1.00 0.91 60 1.20 0.84 31 1.00 0.82 43 1.20 0.93
  1. 0 = I strongly disagree, 1 = I somewhat disagree, 2 = I somewhat agree, 3 = I strongly agree