cognitive behavioural therapy


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cognitive behavioural therapy

psychological technique used by chronic pain patients (e.g. in complex regional pain syndrome) to manage their condition
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Cognitive behavioural therapy, or CBT, is a form of therapy that helps people break down their problems into parts, and then look at how their thinking patterns and behaviour are helping or hindering them in life.
Evidence has shown that for mental health problems such as anxiety, depression, phobias, schizophrenia, obsession and trauma, cognitive behavioural therapy can make a real difference.
Health secretary Patricia Hewitt wants to see patients get better access to computerised Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (cCBT), a treatment which is delivered through a computer.
Half of the children and their families were enrolled in an eight-week cognitive behavioural therapy, while the other half were put on a waiting list and received no therapy at the time of the study, but were offered therapy a year later.
She qualified for a Diploma in Psychology in 1991 from London University and also trained and qualified in cognitive behavioural therapy.
Cognitive behavioural therapy for medically unexplained physical symptoms: a randomised controlled trial.
They said a specially-created form of cognitive behavioural therapy might work in four out of five cases.
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.
Patients in remission were then randomly assigned to one of three treatment groups: 28 continued taking their medication; 30 had their medication slowly replaced by placebo; and 26 tapered their medication and then received mindfulness-based cognitive behavioural therapy.
A cognitive behavioural therapy program for problem gambling; therapist manual.

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