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Psychodynamic interpersonal therapy

  • Elspeth Guthrie

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The dramatic development of cognitive–behavioural therapy (CBT) over the past 30 years, with associated high-quality research into the evaluation of its treatment effects, is to be welcomed and applauded. This form of therapy is now a recognised psychological treatment of choice for a wide variety of psychological disorders. The role of cognitive processes in the development and prolongation of psychological symptoms has been studied, and resulted in the development of coherent and effective treatment models.

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