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Impact of group transdiagnostic cognitive-behavior therapy for anxiety disorders on comorbid diagnoses: Results from a pragmatic randomized clinical trial in primary care
Depression and Anxiety  (IF6.505),  Pub Date : 2021-06-18, DOI: 10.1002/da.23184
Peter J. Norton, Martin D. Provencher, Christopher J. Kilby, Pasquale Roberge

Anxiety and depressive disorders are the most common mental illnesses worldwide, with most individuals meeting criteria for more than one diagnosis. Most cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) approaches target only one disorder at a time, resulting in the need to treat comorbid diagnoses sequentially. Transdiagnostic CBT protocols have been developed that simultaneously treat principal and comorbid disorders.