ME Association’s Survey 2010
ME Association’s 2010 Survey
A UK based charity survey (N = 4,217, female = 78%, age range 11-66), asked respondents about their experiences of managing their ME. Perceptions of using 25 different approaches, including standard approaches, such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) (n = 997), Graded Exercise Therapy (GET) (n = 906) and the LP (which was the third least used of the approaches, n = 101) were rated on a Likert scale.
The survey found that the LP received the highest percentage out of all the 25 approaches for those feeling they had ‘greatly improved’.
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