Enduring effects for cognitive behavior therapy in the treatment of depression and anxiety.

@article{Hollon2006EnduringEF,
  title={Enduring effects for cognitive behavior therapy in the treatment of depression and anxiety.},
  author={Steven D. Hollon and Michael O. Stewart and Daniel R. Strunk},
  journal={Annual review of psychology},
  year={2006},
  volume={57},
  pages={
          285-315
        }
}
Recent studies suggest that cognitive and behavioral interventions have enduring effects that reduce risk for subsequent symptom return following treatment termination. These enduring effects have been most clearly demonstrated with respect to depression and the anxiety disorders. It remains unclear whether these effects are a consequence of the amelioration of the causal processes that generate risk or the introduction of compensatory strategies that offset them and whether these effects… Expand

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