Randomized clinical trial of adapted mindfulness-based stress reduction versus group cognitive behavioral therapy for heterogeneous anxiety disorders.

@article{Arch2013RandomizedCT,
  title={Randomized clinical trial of adapted mindfulness-based stress reduction versus group cognitive behavioral therapy for heterogeneous anxiety disorders.},
  author={Joanna J Arch and Catherine R. Ayers and Aaron Baker and Erin L Almklov and Derek James Dean and Michelle G Craske},
  journal={Behaviour research and therapy},
  year={2013},
  volume={51 4-5},
  pages={185-96}
}
OBJECTIVE To compare a mindfulness-based intervention with cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for the group treatment of anxiety disorders. METHOD One hundred five veterans (83% male, mean age=46 years, 30% minority) with one or more DSM-IV anxiety disorders began group treatment following randomization to adapted mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) or CBT. RESULTS Both groups showed large and equivalent improvements on principal disorder severity thru 3-month follow up (ps<.001, d=-4… CONTINUE READING
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