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Every treatment at one point has been ‘experimental’. Before treatments can be approved and used by the public there must be a scientific understanding of how they work, their benefits and possible risks. There must be an empirical basis for using different therapies for certain conditions. Our research explores the mechanisms of mindfulness-based and other cognitive therapies, drug therapies, and even simple interventions, such as exercise.

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