Controlled Clinical Trial of a Self-Help for Anxiety Intervention for Patients Waiting for Psychological Therapy

@inproceedings{Lucock2008ControlledCT,
  title={Controlled Clinical Trial of a Self-Help for Anxiety Intervention for Patients Waiting for Psychological Therapy},
  author={Mike Lucock and Kath Padgett and Rachael Noble and Alison Westley and Chris Atha and Carrie Horsefield and Chris Leach},
  year={2008}
}
This study was a controlled clinical trial in which patients were offered a brief low cost, low intensity self-help intervention while waiting for psychological therapy. A CBT based self-help pack was given to patients with significant anxiety problems and no attempt was made to exclude patients on the basis of severity or co-morbidity. The treatment group received the intervention immediately following assessment and the control group after a delay of 8 weeks so comparisons between the two… CONTINUE READING

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