Tag: cognitive behavioral therapy
Experts advocate limiting antidepressant use to only the most severe cases of depression, emphasizing the need for social and psychological interventions.
As a therapist, I feel that CBT is offered best on a voluntary basis. The therapist must move away from CBT-like interventions when it is not helpful.
Sami Timimi explores the common factors that influence therapy’s success, the evidence base for psychotherapy, and the over-promotion of CBT.
Counseling clients in the UK who found CBT unhelpful were interviewed about their experiences.
The addition of fluoxetine to CBT did not further reduce depressive symptoms in young people with moderate-to-severe depression.
Researchers find that nearly half of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) patients experience treatment side effects.
A new study suggests that cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) may halve the likelihood of re-attempting suicide, for those who have attempted in the past.
A review of CBT research findings raises questions about its status as the “evidence-based” psychotherapy of choice.
Kev Harding argues against conceptualizations of therapy as a ‘cure’ to an ‘illness’ and instead offers alternative approaches.
Researchers found that participants using coach-assisted apps designed for depression and anxiety experienced symptom reductions in both conditions
A new research study examines the relationships that makes cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) successful.
A new study, published this week in BMJ, found no major differences in the effectiveness of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and antidepressants. When the researchers compared previous studies, they found no major differences in relapse rates or level of treatment response between those taking antidepressants and those undergoing CBT.