CBT for adult anxiety disorders in clinical practice: meta-analysis

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Psychotherapy Mind Map on CBT for adult anxiety disorders in clinical practice: meta-analysis, created by florian.sperber on 02/23/2014.

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CBT for adult anxiety disorders in clinical practice: meta-analysis
1 Stewart et. al
2 Objective

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  •  - to conduct a meta-analysis of effectiveness studies for CBT to see if benefits found in controlled studies can generalize into less-controlled real-world scenerios.  - to test whether or not clinical representativeness is related to outcome of effect size.
3 Method
3.1 Criteria

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  •  - anxiety disorder defined by the DSM-4  - CBT was loosely defined and included any type of therapy including any of those properties
4 Results

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  •  - all disorder-specific effect sizes are large  - CBT works very well in clinical application in treating anxiety disorders  - CBT also lowers depression symptoms comorbid with anxiety disorders  - effect size decreases when therapists are untrained, do not use manuals or are not monitored to ensure they are delivering proper treatment.

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