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The authors then introduce the concept of the Middle Path, and explore more in depth using mindfulness in both Buddhism and cognitive-behavioral therapy practices.
Key clinical point: A combination of pain relief, self-management strategies, and cognitive-behavioral therapy achieves greater reductions in chronic pain and disability than does usual care.
In addition, the findings of the research indicate that group cognitive-behavioral therapy is effective in the reduction of addicts' relapse.
Prescribe an SSRI and begin cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) focusing on the loss of his wife
In addition, oncology nurses can seek out education and training in cognitive-behavioral therapy principles, which can help them offer patients guidance on techniques such as progressive muscle relaxation or abdominal breathing exercises.
Except for cognitive-behavioral therapy, the evidence was lacking for all the other interventions we reviewed, even for pharmaceutical therapy, which is important because it is used by many psychiatrists," he said.
That's disappointing, but it's encouraging that a substantial body of evidence supports both individual and group cognitive-behavioral therapy," says task force member and epidemiologist Robert Hahn of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta.
Researchers concluded that for patients in the study, cognitive-behavioral therapy appeared to enhance the maintenance of the reward effect during treatment.
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) News Release "Combination of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Incentives Enhance Treatment for Marijuana Addiction", Saturday, April 1, 2006
Participants received either cognitive-behavioral therapy (which focuses on changing thoughts and behaviors that lead to depression) or emotion-focused therapy (which encourages discussion of feelings).
forms of cognitive-behavioral therapy, family therapy, motivational enhancement, drug counseling, group therapy, motivational incentives, etc.
Researched and proven treatments for eating disorders include cognitive-behavioral therapy (Garner et al.