A Comparative Study of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Shared Reading for Chronic Pain
Comparing Shared Reading - The Reader's literature-based intervention - to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) as an intervention for chronic pain sufferers.
The investigation explores:
- the degree to which CBT and Shared Reading offer alternative treatment methods for alleviating the psychological symptoms of chronic pain
- how far Shared Reading might complement CBT by providing less programmatic and potentially more long-term follow-up to CBT.
Read the executive summary:
Billington, J., Farrington, G., Lampropoulou, S., McDonnell, K., Jones, A., Ledson, J., Humphreys, A-L., Lingwood, J., Duirs, N., Holloway, C. and Smart, B. (2016)
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