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Individual psychotherapy is the most commonly employed and studied modality for Cluster C disorders. Sixteen studies with any Cluster C disorders as prominent diagnoses included 12 dynamic, 8 cognitive-behavioral, 3 interpersonal, 1 mixed dynamic/cognitive, and 1 supportive therapy treatment arms (Barber and Muenz 1996; Barber et al. 1997; Cyranowski et al. 2004; Diguer et al. 1993; Fahy et al. 1993; Hardy et al. 1995; Hoglend 1993; Kool et al. 2003b; Mersch et al. 1995; Monsen et al. 1995; Rosenthal et al. 1999; Svartberg et al. 2004; Tyrer et al. 2003; Vinnars et al. 2005); Winston et al. 1994). The mean number of sessions by treatment type was as follows: dynamic, 46 (range, 12–195); interpersonal, 30 (range, 16–59); and cognitive-behavioral, 17 (range, 5–40). The mean duration of follow-up from intake was just shy of 2 years for dynamic treatments, around 1 year for cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and less for interpersonal therapy (IPT), thus limiting knowledge about long-term effects.

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