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TRANSDIAGNOSTIC GROUP CBT FOR ANXIETY DISORDER: EFFICACY, ACCEPTABILITY, AND BEYOND

@inproceedings{Norton2012TRANSDIAGNOSTICGC,
  title={TRANSDIAGNOSTIC GROUP CBT FOR ANXIETY DISORDER: EFFICACY, ACCEPTABILITY, AND BEYOND},
  author={P. Norton},
  year={2012}
}
  • P. Norton
  • Published 2012
  • Interest in transdiagnostic approaches to the cognitive-behavioral treatment (CBT) of emotional disorders has been increasing over the past decade. The purpose of this paper was to review the rationale behind transdiagnostic treatment models, describe one such group-based treatment protocol in detail, and report on the building evidence base to date. The evidence suggests that transdiagnostic CBT for anxiety is associated with symptom improvement, performs better than waitlist controls, is… CONTINUE READING

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