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Does CBT really help patients?

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Does CBT really help patients? What do you think?

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a safe and effective remedy for women suffering from the side effects of breast cancer treatment, according to research.

The issue is explored in CBT ‘can safely cut breast cancer side effects’. Nursing Times. 15 February 2012.

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  • Anonymous

    Two years a go I was away from from nursing for a year with clinical depression .

    CBT and the staff who cared for me saved my life. I still practice CBT and have been back at work for 2 years .

    I still have a little blip at times but I know that by using CBT I can stay well and I do.

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  • Anonymous

    I agree with the other commentor.
    I can not rate CBT highly enough. It has changed my life fo rthe better.

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