alexa Abstract | The Evolution Of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy As An Approach To Tinnitus Patient Management

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Many forms of tinnitus management exist, some directed toward causative factors, others toward symptom relief. In this paper, I describe the evolution of a University-hospitalbased multidisciplinary team approach that focuses on the affective component of tinnitus in addition to the sensory component. Cognitive- behavioral therapy is the primary intervention method used in conjunction with other management procedures. The rationale and principles underlying this management technique are described.

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Author(s): Robert W Sweetow


sensory component, cardiovascular system, sensory component, cardiovascular system

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