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A recent research study that asked CBT therapists to reflect on their own thoughts illustrates unwittingly how poor some CBT training has become.

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I noticed today that Depression Awareness Week is coming, according the website of the charity Depression Alliance. This year it’s going to be the week of 11th-18th April — oh — well, I suppose I’m in no position to complain that they don’t update their website very often.

Like many sources of information and self-help about mental illness, Depression Alliance have a fuzzy definition of what mental illness is, and that’s much more serious.

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This month’s draft guideline from the health quango NICE on the long-term management of self harm provides a revealing perspective on the NHS’s inadequacies, which go beyond failures in the treatment of individual cases to NICE itself and the basis for its existence.

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A recent analysis of patients’ comments about the NHS highlights a widespread problem, but comes to the wrong conclusions about how to fix it.

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Sometimes I can only point.

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It seems strange to think that we are all hurtling through space on this big chunk of rock we call Earth. It’s OK when immersed in a science fiction story and disbelief is suspended, but for real? Weird.

Yet it’s the accepted view of things. Scientists tell us that it is so.

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Market saturation is when the producers of a product or service are producing just enough to satisfy demand, but no more. It’s much easier if businesses can control demand to match their production capacity, and this is what sophisticated marketing aims to do. Sophisticated marketing of this kind dominates CBT in the UK, but you probably don’t notice it.

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