The Effects of Treatment Compliance on Outcome in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Panic Disorder
In this study, both quality and quantity of home-based practice were assessed to better evaluate the effects of treatment compliance in patients with panic disorder who participated in a 12 session CBT protocol. CBT which stands for cognitive-behavioral therapy, is skill based and assumes active patient participation in regard to treatment-related assignments. Many CBT outcome studies of depression and anxiety indicate that compliance is significantly related to treatment outcome, although a similar number do not show the predicted relationship.
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- The Effects of Treatment Compliance on Outcome in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Panic Disorder
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