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Cognitive therapy for obsessive - compulsive disorder

Kimberly A. Wilson and Dianne L. Chambless

Revue : Behaviour Research and Therapy

Department of Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

Received 1 April 2003; accepted 8 September 2004. Available online 31 March 2005.


A multiple baseline across subjects design was used to test the efficacy of cognitive therapy for obsessive?compulsive disorder (OCD). Six people with OCD received 10?18 sessions of weekly, outpatient cognitive therapy. Assessment included both structured interviews and diary data. For three to four of the six patients, stable baseline periods were followed by reductions of symptoms during intervention. Two clients met stringent criteria for Jacobson and Truax's (J. Consulting Clin. Psychol. 59 (1991) 12) recovered status at posttest according to the Yale?Brown Obsessive?Compulsive Scale (Arch. Gen. Psychiatry 46 (1989) 1006). For the group, large pretest?posttest effect sizes were found.



Corresponding author. Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University Medical Centre, 401 Quarry Road, Stanford, CA 94305-5722, USA. Tel.: +1 650 723 6308; fax: +1 650 723 9807.
1 Present address: Department of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania

Behaviour Research and Therapy - Volume 43, Issue 12 - Pages 1645-1654

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