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Cognitive–behavior therapies (CBT) have been evaluated in randomized controlled studies (RCT) and anxiety disorders since 1966 and for each disorder there are at least two CBT methods that are considered evidence based (empirically supported) today. Numerous meta-analyses have evaluated the...
This paper reviews progress in the treatment of the eating disorders between 1968 and 2008. In 1968, no evidence-based treatments were available for any of the eating disorders, and binge eating disorder had not yet been described. In 2008, there are still no evidence-based treatments for...
Anxiety and depressive disorders are major public health problems, and desirable changes in lifestyle, such as physical exercise, can have great potential in prevention and treatment. There is growing evidence that physically active people are at a reduced risk of developing depression, and that...
The aim of this article is to present two learning-based models for chronic pain, which have been found to be effective in the treatment of various chronic pain conditions. The article intends to give an introduction to the understanding of chronic pain conditions and the mechanisms thought to...
In the past 40 years, cognitive–behavior therapy (CBT) has emerged as the initial treatment of choice for patients with mild to moderate depression, anxiety disorders and other problems. In this paper, we discuss issues related to the dissemination and implementation of CBT in various practice...
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has only relatively recently been introduced into the diagnostic classification of mental disorders. Building on advances in the treatment of other anxiety disorders, a range of effective psychological treatments for PTSD has been developed. The most...
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