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The cognitive-behavioral therapy started 2-5 weeks after the trauma.
In the study, 112 patients were randomized to receive sertraline (Zoloft), cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), a combination of the two modalities, or placebo for 12 weeks.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia more commonly consists of six to eight 1-hour sessions.
Patients were randomized to 12 weeks of fluoxetine alone (10-40 mg/day), cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), CBT with fluoxetine (10-40 mg/day), or to placebo.
An eight-session course of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) resulted in a significant decrease in wake time after sleep onset and significant increases in sleep efficiency and subjective sleep quality ratings, compared with control groups.
Antidepressant medication and psychotherapy (either cognitive-behavioral therapy or interpersonal therapy) are the core therapy.
Also, cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia requires considerable patient effort and commitment to comply with the required homework instructions.
Patients in a telephone-administered cognitive-behavioral therapy program showed significant improvement in depression and positive affect, reported David C.
A stepped-care intervention balancing pain relief, self-management strategies, and cognitive-behavioral therapy achieves significant improvements in chronic pain, compared with usual care by pharmacological and nonpharmacological means, according to a study.
The fundamental assumption of cognitive-behavioral therapy is that the processes of learning play significant roles in creating and surviving addiction and drug dependency.
Hundreds of mental health clinicians will be trained and certified in trauma-focused cognitive-behavioral therapy, and a central referral system accessed through a toll-free number, (855) LINK-KID will help find the nearest trauma-therapy provider with the next available opening.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy for anger and aggression in children.
Seventy-nine employees from a variety of jobs received standard, evidence-based cognitive-behavioural therapy, while the rest received cognitive-behavioral therapy that included a focus on work and the process of returning to work.
Treatment with escitalopram, however, was significantly less effective than either cognitive-behavioral therapy or prolonged-exposure (PE) treatment, and no more effective than placebo in treating PTSD symptoms, Dr.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy has been the standard of care for insomnia in the general population and is considered "likely to be effective" according to the ONS Putting Evidence Into Practice (PEP) guidelines.