World Psychiatry, the journal of the World Psychiatric Association, has published a review examining the scientific research into how much Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) can help people deal with severe psychiatric problems. Alongside the review, the journal has published commentaries on the topic from eleven different people.
The main article and all of the commentaries are freely accessible, and include the topics, “Non-pharmacological and pharmacological treatments act on the same brain,” “Off label CBT: a promising therapy or an adjunctive pluralistic therapeutic ingredient?,” and “CBT for psychotic disorders: beyond meta-analyses and guidelines – it is time to implement!”
World Psychiatry (October 2014. Volume 13, Issue 3.)