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Unread January 27th, 2006, 09:02 AM
annabj annabj is offline
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Default Dosis-response studies in CBT???

Hi all!

I'm a psychologist in a pain clinic in Denmark. Me and my physician colleague want to try out an intensive CBT programme in whiplash patients with focus on returning to work. Now, my boss (physician, not psychologist) has asked if we could try the intensive programme versus a low-intensive CBT, such that if effective we could prove that CBT is effective in "higher doses". To me this sounds odd - yes we can alter the intensity (i.e no of sessions) but you can't sort of half-introduce people to the ideas of CBT, can you?
Has anyone ever seen articles on the subject? I can't find any.

Thank you so much in advance!
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