7 percent of the entire population in the United States showed symptoms of Social Anxiety. The good news however to 15 million American adults who have suffered from this debilitating mental disorder is, the emerging alternative and effective program referred by psychologist as: Single Session Cure, or the Exposure and Response Prevention Therapy. The end goal of this program is this: To eradicate the growing number of patients who feel caged, powerless, alone, and ashamed because of Social Anxiety Disorder.
For the ones who have a hard time sleeping or are plagued by Insomnia, the first thing that comes into mind is take sleeping pills to get some immediate shuteye. But as everyone perhaps has experienced, headed down this route could eventually induce some form of side effect.
A study says pediatricians can cure depression in teens through cognitive behavioral therapy. These teens that received the therapy recovered faster and their chance to recover is higher compared to those teen did not undergo a primary care-based counseling.
Scientists suggest that all US adults should contact doctors in order to screen depression.
With the winter just round the corner, the days are becoming shorter and getting worse for the people suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder. People suffering from this condition experience poor mental health as he sun goes down
The most-depressing season of the year is finally here. The sad truth about winters, it can actually make you super miserable in the long run.
Group mindfulness treatment was as effective as individual cognitive behavioral therapy for patients with depression and anxiety, a new study reported.
Researchers reported that cognitive behavioral therapy is not very effective in treating schizophrenia.
Researchers found that cognitive behavioral therapy could help relieve migraines for adolescents.
Researchers found that a one-day cognitive-behavioral therapy self-confidence workshop could help reduce depression.
Researchers found that parents with anxiety disorders who receive treatment can reduce anxiety problems for their children.
Researchers found that incorporating therapy sessions into health classes could help teenagers lose weight.
Researchers used cognitive behavioral therapy to curb violence in young children who lived in the high crime areas of Chicago.
Researchers found that combining an antidepressant with cognitive behavioral therapy could be effective in treating anxiety problems in seniors.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.