making sense - I'm too sure about the T however.
If your husband is indeed making breakthroughs that are translating into positive and measurable changes in his daily living then his T is helpfull. If, however, his breakthoughs remain at the discovery level, simply give him new information to fill his head with, that's necessarily helpfull. Therapy is a forward moving process and its progress must be measurable in a concrete way for it to be effective.
However, in regards to his CSA issues? Anyone of us here can tell that we don't make too much of our nightmares and our flashbacks
. There isn't a man amongst who wouldn't pay big money indeed to be free of these often paralyzing and terrifying manifestations. A T specialized in Male CSA isuues would understand that and know how to respond in an appropriate fashion.
Your husband's T has made him
responsable for what comes to him unbidden - as though he is guilty of having been traumatized. I ask you, does that make sense to you?
A member just posted about EMDR therapy, let give you that link. http://www.emdr-therapy.com/emdr.html