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CBT Watch - blog

Discussion in 'PsychoSocial ME/CFS News' started by Hutan, Mar 4, 2021.

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  1. Hutan

    Hutan Moderator Staff Member

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    An active blog focused on claims relating to CBT and IAPT, by Dr Mike Scott.
    http://www.cbtwatch.com

    It describes itself as 'An Independent Mental Health Watchdog and Discussion Forum'
    It's not anti-CBT, but is anti-IAPT. There's a lot of well referenced material there that is likely to be of interest to those concerned about IAPT.


    From the 24 Feb 2021 blog 'IAPT: Suicidal and give online CBT'

    From the 17 Feb 2021 blog 'IAPT fails to rebut charge of a tip of the iceberg rate of recovery'
     
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    Mike Scott is not anti CBT. He has written several books on the subject. He is critical, as I am, of how the IAPT project is panning out. For example, lack of evidence based assessments, poor quality evidence for the low intensity interventions (the majority of work carried out within IAPT ) and so forth And especially the move to hoover up "MUS" and LTC where there is no evidence base and the potential for harms is pretty obvious
     

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