Studies Show The Effectiveness Of CBT Therapy For Adult Anxiety Disorders While Experience Demonstrates The Problem Holding Back Treatment…

CBT_brainOne of the techniques that our professional therapists use to help you work through and reduce anxiety symptoms is Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT).

The way we implement CBT is unique. We’ll discuss that in just a minute. First, it’s important to address the effectiveness of CBT for anxiety disorder treatment. Studies demonstrate that CBT can effectively relieve anxiety issues.

One of the best studies to look at is a 2008 study that analyzed results from randomized placebo-controlled trials, the results of which were published in the Journal Of Clinical Psychiatry. 

PsychiatristsStefan Hofmann and Jasper A. J. Smits, the two researchers who compiled the study, took information from 27 trials that included adult patients who met the criteria for anxiety disorder. In the trials that these researchers looked at, patients were treated with either CBT or a placebo. They concluded that the trails demonstrated “strong support for the efficacy of CBT as an acute intervention for adult anxiety disorders.”[1] Basically, they concluded that CBT works.

So, what’s the problem? If CBT works for anxiety disorders, why aren’t more people getting CBT-based therapy?

The answer is rooted in an experience that you might already know. Many people simply can afford to pay the outrageous cost of therapy, or they don’t believe that the cost justifies the number of therapy sessions that it takes to treat anxiety problems.

TherapytalkingWhat we’ve done, is create a solution that combines the power of therapists practicing CBT with an innovative therapy delivery system that can effectively reduce anxiety problems. When combined with several other approaches, we’ve found that it is more effective than any other digitally delivered solution. It’s also a lot cheaper than in-person therapy.

The truth is that studies demonstrate that there aren’t very many “quick fix” solutions for anxiety disorders. Most of the treatments that work are based in therapy—something that you can’t do on your own.

If you’re interested in learning more about the studies that show how you can find relief from your anxiety symptoms, we’ve created a free report that you can watch. Check it out by clicking below:


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