Historically we have always been very fixated on modality-or type of therapy- and have always assumed that this is responsible for treatment outcomes when people seek professional help. However, research continually demonstrates that the type of intervention that we offer people is not that important in terms of overall outcomes. Whilst some whacky approaches do not produce very good outcomes, most bona-fide approaches produce similar outcomes. Interventions can be very effective, but perhaps these outcomes are driven by factors other than type of therapy. So this elicit the question: what is treatment? findings have produced an interesting review. To read it click here.