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12 Step Programs Are The Opposite Of CBT
Not long ago there was a blog post in Psychology Today titled “Does Alcoholics Anonymous Work Because it’s a Form of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?” (Lazarus, 2010). This is an odd title because it assumes that AA is more effective than … Continue reading
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