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- n. Cognitive behavioral therapy.
- n. Computer-based training.
- n. Compulsory basic training.
- n. Cock and ball torture.
- n. Coulomb blockade thermometer.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
For more information on Water Smart visit www. cbt.org/watersmart or contact Heather Mitchell, CBT, Manager, Water Initiatives.
(Anxiety also responds to some medications, but frankly CBT is more effective and can kill the 2 birds with one stone.)
TSA has implemented a program across the US to combat this problem - its called CBT, Checked Baggage Riffling wherein immoral unsupervised TSA employees run effortless theft rackets supplied by your checked baggage.
In the meantime, we have a big Kiswahili oral proficiency exam on Friday and then our CBT is doing a Training of Trainers (TOT) Seminar all day on Saturday.
Almost no one gets a new heart when they would be fine with a prescription for beta blockers; no one gets ECT when they would be fine with short-term CBT and some sunshine.
A form of therapy called CBT adapted for eating distress is recommended for bulimia and compulsive eating.
Often 80 percent of attendees self-identify as CBT therapists, yet only about 20 percent raise their hands when I ask who sets an agenda, discusses homework, sends clients home with notes (with what clients need to remember during the week) and asks for feedback, at virtually every session.
If we assume he means the former - what we used to call CBT - then that gives a starting point for a critique of his assertion.
Partly as a result, many doctors and psychologists employ as a first line of treatment cognitive behavioral therapy, or CBT, which is often just as effective as medication.
E-learning does, of course, take many forms, but for most corporate users the predominant usage is of interactive self-study materials, what used to be called CBT computer-based training.