Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Panic Disorder: Long‐term Follow‐up
This paper describes a long-term follow-up of patients with panic disorder who received cognitive behaviour therapy within a randomized controlled trial. Of 89 patients eligible for follow-up, 28 (31.5%) were reassessed 6–8 years after commencement of treatment in the trial. No differences were found between those who were followed up and those lost to follow-up on most baseline measures including measures of panic-related psychopathology, or depression. Outcomes at long-term follow-up were significantly better than baseline measures of panic, avoidance and depression. In this sub-sample the effect of cognitive behaviour therapy for panic disorder appears to maintain over the long-term.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Centre of National Research on Disability and Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Queensland, Australia
Publication date: 01 June 2005