September 26, 2014
Meta-analysis finds cognitive-behavioral therapy best type of psychotherapy in treating SAD, and more efficacious than using drugs.
July 15, 2014
Both types of psychotherapies were effective in treating social anxiety disorder at two-year follow-up.
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