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"Integrating cognitive behavioral therapy
into primary care would present adolescents with depression with a non-medication treatment that would be easily accessible, brief and cost-effective," Rego explained.
The only weakness of the book is that it doesn't really contain information on how to educate teachers and school principals about cognitive behavioral therapy
nor help them use some of those techniques in the special education or regular education classroom.
The schedule for the dual diagnosis track has been rearranged to allow for more specific programming, including sessions with behavioral specialists who provide cognitive behavioral therapy
, and other tools like behavioral activation and exposure and response prevention.
The basic assumption of cognitive behavioral therapy
is that the processes of learning have great roles in creating and surviving addiction and drug dependency.
The researchers, however, strongly caution that their study results are not an endorsement of do-it-yourself psychedelic drug use for smoking cessation, but instead are specific to the controlled administration of the drug in the context of a treatment program involving cognitive behavioral therapy
The patients, from Northwestern general internal medicine clinics, also were participating in a previously reported study comparing the effectiveness of face-to-face and telephone-administered cognitive behavioral therapy
Hunter (clinical health psychology, King's College London, UK) and Smith, a clinical psychologist who specializes in helping people manage physical health conditions through cognitive behavioral therapy
, help women going through menopause manage the symptoms of hot flashes, night sweats, stress, and sleep problems using a four-week cognitive behavioral therapy
program as an alternative to hormone replacement therapy.
He and his co-authors had previously found a reduced risk of depression nine months after the cognitive behavioral therapy
Clinical effectiveness of individual cognitive behavioral therapy
for depressed older people in primary care: a randomized controlled trial.
Q My doctor has recommended cognitive behavioral therapy
to help me deal with my depression.
During the 18-month follow-up period, relapse occurred among 38 percent of those in the cognitive behavioral therapy
group, 46 percent of those in the maintenance medication group and 60 percent of those in the placebo group, making both medication and behavioral therapy effective at preventing relapse.