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Posted by rabidreader on September 24, 2005, at 14:37:17

In reply to Re: CBT CareBear04, posted by alexandra_k on September 23, 2005, at 19:26:50

I really agree with the sentiment here that CBT has merit, but is not able to always address the full picture or spectrum of issues you might be experiencing. That has been my experience with CBT. However, the theories are interesting and it does give you skills to use during anxiety attacks, depressive episodes and the like. My conclusion with CBT is that these are helpful skills, but are often only bandaids to deeper, more underlying problems. Insurance companies seem to love CBT because it can show measurable and sometimes quick progress. What I don't think people have really measured is how long that progress lasts.




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