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Is Cognitive–Behavioural Therapy more effective than other therapies?

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is effective for a range of psychiatric disorders. However, it remains unclear whether CBT is superior to other forms of psychotherapy, and previous quantitative reviews on this topic are difficult to interpret. The presented review aimed to determine whether CBT yields superior outcomes to alternative forms of psychotherapy, and to examine the relationship between differential outcome and study-specific variables.

Link to research paper: CBTvsOtherTherapy