Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Goldin, P. Jazaieri, H., Ziv, M., Kraemer, H., Heimberg, R. & Gross, J. (2013). Changes in positive self-views mediate the effect of cognitive-behavioral therapy for social anxiety disorder. Sage Journals: Clinical Psychological Science, Retrieved from http://cpx.sagepub.com/content/early/2013/03/14/2167702613476867.full

This study investigated whether an individual with social anxiety improve in self views after CBT. The conclusions indicated that after 1 year post CBT resulted in significant changes in fewer negative and more positive self-views.

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