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Short-Term CBT Reduces Suicide Attempts By 60% Among At-Risk Soldiers

News | March 9, 2015

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Short-term cognitive-behavioral therapy reduced suicide attempts by 60% among at-risk military personnel. A study that followed 152 active-duty soldiers at high risk of suicide found that 13.8% of those who received brief CBT made at least one suicide attempt over two years compared to 40% of those who received treatment as usual. There were no…

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