Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (CBT) for Panic Disorder: Relationship of Anxiety and Depression Comorbidity with Treatment Outcome

@inproceedings{Allen2010CognitiveBehaviorT,
  title={Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (CBT) for Panic Disorder: Relationship of Anxiety and Depression Comorbidity with Treatment Outcome},
  author={Laura B. Allen and Kamila S. White and David H Barlow and M. Katherine Shear and J. M. Gorman and Scott W. Woods},
  booktitle={Journal of psychopathology and behavioral assessment},
  year={2010}
}
Research evaluating the relationship of comorbidity to treatment outcome for panic disorder has produced mixed results. The current study examined the relationship of comorbid depression and anxiety to treatment outcome in a large-scale, multi-site clinical trial for cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT) for panic disorder. Comorbidity was associated with more severe panic disorder symptoms, although comorbid diagnoses were not associated with treatment response. Comorbid generalized anxiety… CONTINUE READING

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