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An observational web-based survey on therapist adherence to evidence-based cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) in the perspective of their patients with depression or anxiety disorders in psychiatric outpatient care in Stockholm, Sweden. Following completion of CBT, participants respond to questions including their age, gender, education, whether they have improved, whether they considered treatment helpful, and an instrument measuring therapist adherence to CBT procedures (e.g., setting agenda, follow up on home assignments) and CBT techniques (e.g., exposure, cognitive restructuring). The purpose of the study is to contribute to quality assurance of CBT in Stockholm Health Care Services.
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