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Posts Tagged ‘Cognitive Behavioral Therapy’

By On September 19th, 2018

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is effective for less-recognized eating disorders

Most people are aware of the most common eating disorders – anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder. However, not every person living with clinically significant disordered eating fit into these categories. There is a wide variety of eating disorder subtypes, such as atypical anorexia nervosa, purging disorder, and subthreshold bulimia nervosa, and there…

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By On August 8th, 2018

VR Technology May Bridge The Gap In Eating Disorder Treatment

For someone with an eating disorder, even the most innocuous activities can be dread-inducing. Going out to eat, shopping at the mall, or showing up at events can feel like nightmares brought to life, as those with eating disorders are forced to confront their triggers face-to-face. This is why a common part of the most…

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By On August 3rd, 2017

In-person therapy remains the best way to treat binge eating disorder

While internet based therapies may be helpful for some people with binge eating disorder, a new study shows that traditional face-to-face cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) remains the most effective way to treat the eating disorder. “Although there is evidence that structured self-help treatments based on cognitive-behavioral therapy may be effective for patients, it was unclear…

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By On February 10th, 2017

Cognitive Behavior Therapy For Anxiety May Literally Change Your Brain

  Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is one of the leading treatments for a number of mental health issues, including depression, anxiety, and eating disorders. A significant number of studies have shown it to be one of the most effective forms of therapy, and now a new report indicates the non-pharmacological treatment may even change the…

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By On March 6th, 2015

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy May Help Reduce Paranoia Symptoms in Schizophrenia

A recent study from researchers at the University of Oxford, the University of Southampton, and the University of Manchester has found that reducing anxiety with cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) may help reduce issues with paranoia in individuals with schizophrenia. Paranoia is a prominent symptom of schizophrenia and can be one of the most debilitating or…

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