Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is one of the most extensively researched forms of psychotherapy. It’s a collaborative treatment that can be delivered in various formats – one to one with a child or adolescent, in a group or with parents or family. CBT can be used to successfully treat depression, anxiety disorders, some eating disorders and obsessive compulsive disorder.
This collection of papers on Conduct Disorders and Aggression contains content from ACAMH’s two main academic outputs the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Mental Health.
Individual digests are presented below in date order, with the most recent first.
The Bridge had an edition dedicated to CBT in April 2020.