Case studies in cognitive behavioral therapy techniques vary from one article to another depending on the disorder being treated, but one thing each article states in common is that Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) does work.
A very good article saying case studies in cognitive behavioral therapy techniques do work but must be custom-made for each disorder and individual. -http://www.socialanxietyinstitute.org/ccbtherapy.html
"Fortunately, there is a wealth of research evidence supporting cognitive-behavioral treatment as the most effective treatment for the anxiety disorders, particularly Panic Disorder. However, unfortunately, due to the information explosion and the amount of research conducted everyday, many health professionals are inundated with information and unable to be knowledgeable in all areas. Therefore, it is important for the mental health consumer to understand the issues, ask questions, and obtain the necessary treatment." -http://www.behavioralconsultants.com/Newsletters/effectiveness_of_cognitive.htm
studies showing that family involvement helps a child overcome
his or her disorder.
Another case study article supporting the
effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). -http://archinte.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/abstract/164/17/1888