Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (to give it its full name) is a government programme set up to treat the 6.1M people estimated to be suffering from depression and/or anxiety in England.
Well, that’s a tricky question; just asking it can be enough to divide a room of therapists. Added to which, there are many different types of therapy, psychoanalysis is maybe slightly out of favour, considered old fashioned and self indulgent, whilst Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) leads the developing field of new therapies promising effective short term results. It appears foolhardy to attempt to classify results from different models using a single measure, yet without such a measure how can you compare modalities? View the pictures →
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