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Metacognitive therapy and work-focused interventions for patients on sick leave due to anxiety and depression: study protocol for a randomised controlled wait-list trial

Treatments that result in effective patient symptom reduction and supporting returning patients to work would also have significant public health benefits. The current report will explore the benefits of metacognitive therapy and work-focused interventions on reducing symptoms and raising RTW rates for patients on sick leave due to depression and anxiety. The study was conducted in the context of a national initiative aimed at reducing sick leave in Norway. Sick leave will also be collected from national registry registries from 2 years before and intervention to four years after intervention, in lieu of self-report. Discussion The presenter has a broad consensus on the benefits of finding treatments that effectively reduces depression and anxiety symptoms, as well as aids RTW. This report is a major contribution to the field, as it is the first RCT on MCT and work-focused therapies for patients on sick leave due to anxiety and depression.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-021-05822-4


Metacognitive therapy versus cognitive–behavioral therapy in adults with generalized anxiety disorder: A 9‐year follow‐up study

Abstract The aim of this paper is that metacognitive therapy and cognitive–behavior therapy are both safe treatments for generalized anxiety disorder. We followed up patients who had previously registered in a randomized controlled trial of MCT compared to CBT in this study. Method We obtained 9-year follow-up data on 39 out of 60 original patients. MCT and 38 percent for CBT were recovered after 9 years, with 57% in MCT and 38 percent for CBT. Patients in the MCT condition showed significant improvement in regard to anxiety and fear symptoms. Compared to 9. 5% in the MCT group, 23. 1% of the CBT group were re-diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder, compared to 23. 1% in the MCT group.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1002/brb3.2358

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