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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Prolonged Grief Disorder: Research Brief
Coping after the death of a loved one is a universal, but unique and personal journey often filled with pain and despair. Most usually have the natural capacity to adjust to their new lives in the absence of loved ones. However, some experience more difficulty or prolonged grieving than others. ....Read More.
CBT for IBS & Gut Microbiome Improvement: Research Brief
This study shows CBT tools such as muscle relaxation, worry control, flexible problem solving, patient education, self-monitoring, and relapse prevention help decrease IBS symptoms, such as abdominal pain, and bowel symptoms, not only by influencing the patient's mental status, but also contributing to healthy gut bacteria. ....Read More.
Comparing In-Person to Videoconference-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Mood and Anxiety Disorders: Research Brief
This study shows that both in-person and videoconference therapies are equally successful in significantly reducing symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress and increasing quality of life. ....Read More.