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Effects of DBT-based Interventions on Alexithymia: A Systematic Review

Alexithymia [from the Greek a (not) – lexis (words) – thymos (emotion); “no words for emotions”] is a term developed to describe people with marked restriction in experiencing emotions, difficulties in identifying and distinguishing their feelings from physical sensations, and a particular struggle to find appropriate words to verbalize what …

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A warm welcome to our new editors

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy was founded in 1972 by the Swedish Association of Behaviour Therapy, thus celebrating its 50th anniversary this year (formerly: Scandinavian Journal of Behaviour Therapy). The members of the association elects the European Office of its editorial board, and a few weeks ago several new editors were appointed. …

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