'Third wave' cognitive and behavioural therapies versus other psychological therapies for depression.

@article{Hunot2013ThirdWC,
  title={'Third wave' cognitive and behavioural therapies versus other psychological therapies for depression.},
  author={Vivien Hunot and Theresa Hm Moore and Deborah M Caldwell and Toshi A. Furukawa and Philippa A Davies and Hannah F Jones and Mina Honyashiki and Peiyao Chen and Glyn Lewis and Rachel Churchill},
  journal={The Cochrane database of systematic reviews},
  year={2013},
  volume={10},
  pages={
          CD008704
        }
}
BACKGROUND So-called 'third wave' cognitive and behavioural therapies represents a new generation of psychological therapies that are increasingly being used in the treatment of psychological problems. However, the effectiveness and acceptability of third wave cognitive and behavioural therapy (CBT) approaches as a treatment for depression compared with other psychological therapies remain unclear. OBJECTIVES 1. To examine the effects of all third wave CBT approaches compared with all other… 

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