Now that QMUL have provided a smidgen of data to work with, I am glad to provide readers with a chart illustrating the results of a £5 million waste of money. GET and CBT are not treatments. Just 10% appeared to get slight treatment effect – we are still waiting for the ‘Recovery’ figures. 10% is not a credible treatment-effect. It is merely an artefact, most likely a result of shockingly lax recruitment criteria. If any more proof were needed by any half-objective and half-intelligent person, this is the final proof that GET and CBT are a waste of time and money.