CBT

CBT

Evidence That Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Can Help People With Insomnia Who Also Are Depressed or Anxious
In a review of available randomized, controlled studies, a research team has found evidence of the importance of treating insomnia... Read More
Psychosocial Interventions Are Found to Reduce Inflammation and Boost Beneficial Immune System Function
A new analysis of 56 randomized clinical trials has concluded that psychosocial interventions can significantly reduce inflammation and enhance beneficial... Read More
Psychotherapy in Addition to Medication Helps Bipolar Disorder Patients Avoid Relapse and Manage Their Symptoms, Study Determines
An analysis of 39 randomized clinical trials involving 3,863 patients diagnosed with bipolar disorder has concluded that when drug therapy... Read More
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is Linked With Improved Immune Function
A comprehensive analysis of 56 randomized controlled studies has concluded that psychosocial interventions—and especially cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)—are associated with... Read More
Potential Biomarker May Predict Which Depressed Patients Getting CBT Will Have Added Benefit from tDCS Brain Stimulation
In recent years, researchers have been trying to find ways of making an effective treatment for depression even more effective... Read More