Cognitive behavioural therapy study for anxiety

magnifying glass over the word "anxiety"
Anxiety, holding Magnifying Glass. Studio Shot
Combating the negative impact of anxiety using cognitive behavioural therapy is the aim of a new research program run by Griffith University, in the face of this significant issue. Just under a third of adults globally will experience some form of anxiety or depression in their lifetime, to the point of it becoming a disorder

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