cognitive-behavioral therapy


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cognitive-behavioral therapy

[¦käg·nə·tiv bə¦hāv·yə·rəl ′ther·ə·pē]
(psychology)
A form of psychotherapy that focuses on changing dysfunctional attitudes into more realistic and positive ones and providing new information-processing skills.
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This cognitive-behavioral therapy program for the treatment of panic disorder was based on the established treatment manual developed by the Clinical Research Unit for Anxiety and Depression at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia [20].
Regarding the results of the above table obtained from the Chi Square test of independence, it can be concluded that there is a significant difference between the experiment and control groups in terms of the degree of relapse (X2=6.428, p=0.011); therefore, group cognitive-behavioral therapy is effective on the prevention of relapse of drug-dependent woman.
A randomized trial of the effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral therapy and supportive counseling for anxiety symptoms in older adults.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy. CBT is a widely researched and highly effective treatment for eating disorders (Garner et al., 1997; Williamson & Netemeyer, 2000; Wilson et al., 1997).
Some studies showed greater benefit from the addition of propanolol to thermal biofeedback plus relaxation training, from thermal biofeedback plus relaxation training plus cognitive-behavioral therapy, or from electromyographic biofeedback.
Treatment for panic disorder includes medications and a type of psychotherapy known as cognitive-behavioral therapy, which teaches people how to view panic attacks differently and demonstrates ways to reduce anxiety.
COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL THERAPY IS THE most effective strategy for long term treatment of insomnia in older adults, according to a new study published in the March 17 Journal of the American Medical Association.
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder, 2nd Edition
Analyses of blood RNA in a study of 64 patients with or without major depression showed significant differences in gene transcript levels between groups, in ways that suggest blood transcriptomic markers may provide an objective way to diagnose depression, predict response to cognitive-behavioral therapy, and identify people with a predisposition to depression.
Group cognitive-behavioral therapy of anxiety; a transdiagnostic treatment manual.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy significantly improved symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in adult patients who were already taking medication, compared with patients who used relaxation with educational support, according to data from a study of 86 adults aged 18-65 years.

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