behavioural intervention

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behavioural intervention

The use of operant conditioning models—i.e., positive and negative reinforcement—to modify undesired behaviour—e.g., anxiety, smoking, overeating.
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Prior Information Notice: South Lanarkshire Council wish to appoint a service provider for a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Service to assist employees who need this therapy to cope better with mental health problems and life issues.
Opened by founder and best-selling author Doris Duan-Young, the centre has been set up to provide early intervention, speech and behavioural therapy, and vocational training for adults and children with autism.
London, Oct 19 ( ANI ): A new research has revealed that cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is more effective than standard care for people suffering from hypochondria or health anxiety.
Through the programme, up to 55 parents of children with special needs per batch will be trained for free behavioural therapy to aid parenting.
Cognitive behavioural therapy in mental health care, 2d ed.
1) Nevertheless, facilitation of the transition is likely to require some additional interim funds in a number of areas--education, setting up satisfactory and sufficient behavioural therapy services to transfer patients into, monitoring mechanisms and continued availability of existing services and treatments for cases where the changeover of interventions is unsuccessful.
Dr Sanjay Rao, who works for County Durham and Darlington Priority Services NHS Trust and is based at the County Hospital in Durham, received the health and social care award for his work in developing cognitive behavioural therapy.
Q I HAVE a dreadful fear of spiders but have heard cognitive behavioural therapy can help.
Demonstrates the positive results of a combined approach of cognitive behavioural therapy and medication
12 ( ANI ): A new study has claimed that behavioural therapy provided chair-side to kidney failure patients while undergoing dialysis could help them combat depression and improve their quality of life.
Summary: DUBAI - Heriot-Watt University's School of Life Sciences, Dubai Campus is set to host a Professional Development Workshop for Psychologists in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) with visiting clinical psychologist and researcher Dr Jan van Niekerk, on February 4.
Conventional methods such as behavioural therapy or pelvic floor exercises may offer good efficacy and high tolerability, but are unsuitable to some patients (e.