After a five-year effort to increase the use of evidence-based psychotherapy (EBPs) techniques by community-based clinicians in the Philadelphia area, the use of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) increased by 6%. The use of psychodynamic techniques use did not change. These findings were reported in “A Repeated Cross-Sectional Study Of Clinicians’ Use Of Psychotherapy Techniques During 5 Years Of A System-Wide Effort To Implement Evidence-Based Practices In Philadelphia” by Rinad S. Beidas; Nathaniel J. Williams, Emily M. Becker-Haimes, Gregory A. Aarons, et al. The researchers investigated how a centralized system effort to support EBP . . .