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“The good news is that over the last 10 years there have been major advances using cognitive-behavioral therapy to treat worry.”
“Other treatments, including acupuncture, biofeedback, using sensors to track blood flow or muscle activity, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and relaxation training, have also been effective in preventing migraines in clinical trials, either alone or in combination with drug treatments.”
“The article went on to report that after a few months of cognitive-behavioral therapy, the patients reported their depression was gone.”
“Mike Sudal/The Wall Street Journal Diet coaches, nutritionists and cognitive-behavioral therapists have long warned against eating for emotional reasons and urged people who overeat to identify eating triggers.”
“More formalized cognitive-behavioral counseling has been extensively researched, particularly in the bariatric surgery population, and has been found to be very helpful in maintaining weight loss in the longer term.”
“A cognitive-behavioral therapist will focus on changing patients' negative thinking patterns, while a psychoanalyst will want to probe more deeply into how the past is affecting current issues.”
“She tried multiple therapies, including cognitive-behavioral treatment, but none of the treatments decreased the frequency of her panic attacks, which were occurring about once a week.”
“These include medications known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and cognitive-behavioral therapy.”
“However, treatment for flight fears — sans a drunken stupor — which includes virtual reality therapy and other forms of cognitive-behavioral therapy has shown much success, Rothbaum notes.”
“These other approaches are generally labeled "cognitive-behavioral therapy" CBT.”
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