Children and young adults with long-term physical conditions can benefit from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). While there are many effective psychological interventions for in children and young adults with psychological distress, however the effectiveness of these interventions for those children and young adults with physical illnesses is not known. Researchers have now identified evidence supporting the possible mental health benefit of CBT for children and young adults with inflammatory bowel disease, chronic pain, and epilepsy. These findings were reported in "Interventions To Improve The Mental Health Of Children And Young People With Long-Term Physical Conditions: Linked Evidence Syntheses . . .