Researchers from the Brown University School of Medicine, writing in Clinical Psychology Review November special issue on the future of evidence-based psychotherapy, report that psychotherapy continues to move toward prescriptive treatment guidelines, and that traditional psychotherapy is on the decline while medication use is rising. The issue also includes a piece by MiA writer Brett Deacon.
Gaudiano, B., Miller, I.; The evidence-based practice of psychotherapy: Facing the challenges that lie ahead. Clinical Psychology Review. 33(7)813-824. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cpr.2013.04.004
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Psychotherapy lags as evidence goes unheeded (Science Codex)