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Review of the Empirical Evidence for Combining CBT With Medication to Treat Psychiatric Disorders

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Kingdon et al. (2007) recently reviewed the subject of combining CBT1 and medication to treat patients with schizophrenia. These authors noted that empirical studies of CBT for schizophrenia have been conducted only in patients receiving medications, and that typically CBT is utilized to enhance collaboration, especially medication compliance, and to improve insight. Kingdon et al. also reviewed the interactions between pharmacotherapy and CBT. A number of studies have been completed that have compared the combination of CBT plus pharmacotherapy versus treatment as usual (pharmacotherapy plus medication management). The overall results of these studies suggest an additive effect of CBT when used with medication (Kingdon et al. 2007).

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