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Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is essentially a form of psychotherapy or counselling that may benefit people with mental health disorders such as depression, anxiety disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder and panic disorder. This form of therapy cannot cure mental health problems but can help an individual to cope with the symptoms in a more positive way. The therapy also helps individuals to modify their thought patterns and behaviour in a way that helps them lead a life that is as normal as possible.
Researchers to use new app data to prevent anxiety, improve wellbeing in young people

Researchers to use new app data to prevent anxiety, improve wellbeing in young people

Study finds 94% of dementia caregivers in Australia are sleep deprived

Study finds 94% of dementia caregivers in Australia are sleep deprived

Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia provides relief

Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia provides relief

Early identification, treatment is vital to avoid COVID-19-related health anxieties in children

Early identification, treatment is vital to avoid COVID-19-related health anxieties in children

Study offers hope for Norwegians suffering from chronic sleep disorders

Study offers hope for Norwegians suffering from chronic sleep disorders

Stone age instinct and daily stress have left disproportionate number of women in agony

Stone age instinct and daily stress have left disproportionate number of women in agony

Electronic interventions more effective than face to face psychotherapy

Electronic interventions more effective than face to face psychotherapy

Innovate UK backs SleepCogni’s pivot to virtual care and remote monitoring

Innovate UK backs SleepCogni’s pivot to virtual care and remote monitoring

Cognitive-behavioral therapy can have positive effects on hypochondriacs over a long period

Cognitive-behavioral therapy can have positive effects on hypochondriacs over a long period

Supportive care for reducing fatigue may not be sufficiently adhered to by breast cancer patients

Supportive care for reducing fatigue may not be sufficiently adhered to by breast cancer patients

Internet-delivered treatment to help young people tackle worry and overthinking

Internet-delivered treatment to help young people tackle worry and overthinking

Breast cancer survivors underutilize supportive care to relieve cancer-related fatigue

Breast cancer survivors underutilize supportive care to relieve cancer-related fatigue

Individuals with social anxiety disorder show large differences in personality traits

Individuals with social anxiety disorder show large differences in personality traits

Alcoholics Anonymous and 12-step programs help people with AUD achieve sobriety

Alcoholics Anonymous and 12-step programs help people with AUD achieve sobriety

Study: Physician psychotherapy only available to a fraction of those with urgent mental health needs

Study: Physician psychotherapy only available to a fraction of those with urgent mental health needs

“Rubber hand illusion” can help people overcome obsessive compulsive disorder

“Rubber hand illusion” can help people overcome obsessive compulsive disorder

Computerized CBT for depression could improve access to treatment, reduce waiting lists

Computerized CBT for depression could improve access to treatment, reduce waiting lists

Internet-based therapy can reduce depression among cardiovascular disease patients

Internet-based therapy can reduce depression among cardiovascular disease patients

Excellent mental health for 68% of Indigenous people living off reserve in Canada

Excellent mental health for 68% of Indigenous people living off reserve in Canada

Standard form of treatment may not be always enough to treat OCD

Standard form of treatment may not be always enough to treat OCD