Short-Term Cognitive-Behavioural Group Treatment for Hoarding Disorder: A Naturalistic Treatment Outcome Study
The study aim was to test whether a 12-week publically rebated group programme, based upon Steketee and Frost’s Cognitive Behavioural Therapy-based hoarding treatment, would be efficacious in a community-based setting. Over a 3-year period, 77 participants with clinically significant hoarding were recruited into 12 group programmes. All completed treatment; however, as this was a community based naturalistic study, only 41 completed the post-treatment assessment. Treatment included...[Show more]
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