18. Is cognitive behavioral therapy as effective as clinicians believe?
from Psychotherapy Networker
From Jan. 5
: For nearly 50 years, cognitive behavioral therapy has claimed higher scientific authority among the vast legion of psychotherapy approaches as a result of having more research demonstrate its effectiveness than any other therapeutic method. Increasingly, that track record of empirical evidence has been acknowledged and even translated into government funders and insurance companies requiring therapists to use CBT if they want to be reimbursed. But recent developments have raised questions about whether the effectiveness and scientific bona fides of CBT have been overstated.
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