CBT therapy worked very well for me. It can be very helpful for SA if you have the right mentality about it. Basically, if you go in believing "this isn't going to work" and you don't do your part in the process (doing the exercises you are given, using the techniques you are taught on a daily basis), it isn't going to work. I have seen posts in other threads where people seem to think therapy doesn't work because they weren't fixed after one or two sessions, and/or think it is some kind of passive process, where you either just talk at someone about your problems or they talk at you. In reality, it is work. What you get out of it is going to depend on how much work you are willing to do.