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Re: CBT is not very popular around here. Why?

Posted by Amelia_in_StPaul on May 15, 2009, at 18:24:31

In reply to CBT is not very popular around here. Why?, posted by SLS on May 10, 2009, at 7:01:16

I'm not sure if CBT is indeed not very popular here (and I haven't read other posts) but I think CBT (and DBT) are the only therapies worth their salt. I think that only therapy that helps a person restructure their experiences and learn to cope and tolerate with distress is going to effect change in the long run. I like some of psychodynamic theory/ego psychology for its illumination of problems (attachment theory) but its bunk for actual help. Same w/others.




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