Not about ME but the general evidence basis for CBT. This aligns with work by Keith Laws, who regularly reports on CBT trials failing left and right and being shown to be no better than, well, nothing. There is growing evidence that ALL the evidence for the efficacy and safety of CBT is exaggerated. https://www.psychologytoday.com/gb/...havioral-therapy-evidence-base-is-exaggerated Mostly inspired by: The CBT cult is starting to falter. Who knew that overhyping something with zero reliable evidence could be a problem? Everyone? Oh, yeah. Everyone. Did anyone say crisis of replicability? Again. Any plans on actually addressing this crisis? The current approach of going full-speed ahead, ears fully plugged and the pie hole screeching LALALALALA is very much not addressing the crisis. Just saying.