Dear Dr Edge
My apologies if this is not the most suitable means of contact – I’m rather inept at social media.
Yesterday in late morning you wrote a comment on Twitter, somethiing about “call out their nonsense on meds, diagnosis and CBT.” To find out more about your views I searched your timeline (“list of tweets”?) but without success.
As I have just been invited to participate in a course of CBT, I would prefer to go in eyes open to any weaknesses the programme may have.
Would you kindly link me to any of your writings (or anyone else’s) that might show a “different side” to CBT?
Thanks very much for your time.
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