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Synonyms for therapy

the systematic application of remedies to effect a cure

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Centering prayer as an alternative to mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for depression relapse prevention.
According to protocol therapy sessions of cognitive therapy (Scott, Williams, Beck 1989) includes the following 8 sessions were conducted by PHD.
The cognitive therapy involved a specialist working collaborativly with a patient to reappraise psychotic experiences and modify unhelpful thought patterns and behaviours.
Factors associated with attrition from mindfulness based cognitive therapy for suicidal depression.
If a patient suffers side-effects from an AD, cognitive therapy or an AD from a different class should be offered.
Unlike other well-regarded texts on CT applications, Cognitive Therapy aims to provide practitioners with information needed to facilitate the use of CT in school-based settings.
However, these unprimed DAS scores following acute phase cognitive therapy were predictive of relapse and/or recurrence across both the first year (20 months postrandomization) and second year of follow-up (i.
Cognitive therapy (CT) consisted of identifying and examining negative thoughts, and modification of underlying cognitive schemas.
This view echoed some of my own rather negative views, so reviewing this book has given me the opportunity to revisit and review my assumptions about cognitive therapy.
We're trying to understand if cognitive therapy leads people to a profound change in their basic self view, or if it teaches them a set of skills that they have to continually practice over time," he said.
This was reinforced later with cognitive therapy, from which she had not gained much benefit previously.
The literature supports several treatment alternatives, including augmentation with cognitive therapy, switch therapy, and combination-augmentation therapy; not enough studies exist to recommend the best treatment.
A is mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT), which was originally developed to help prevent depressive relapse.
3, 2005, issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, Beck reported that "recent suicide attempters treated with cognitive therapy were 50 percent less likely to try to kill themselves again 18 months after their short-term treatment ended than those who did not receive the therapy.
Cognitive Therapy Techniques For Children And Adolescents
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