I wouldn't be surprised if things have radically changed. What really disgusts me is that there's been no accountability - the same quacks who had spent a decade lying to and abusing patients are now slipping in to a more reasonable approach to CFS, and wondering why it is that so many patients hate them: "It's probably their naive Cartesian dualism." If they are now starting to view CBT for CFS in the way CBT for MS is viewed, I'd actually be irritated that they didn't stick to their quackery, and let us revel in the absurdity of it for a little longer. Until there's been a fairly radical over-hall, and a number of key people fired, there's no way I could trust them enough to try therapies that may now be of some use. I also think it is possible they they are being dishonest in the way they present their approach to CBT, and that really, little has changed.