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Offline jamesrayenz

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Pros and Cons of CBT for PTSD
« on: April 05, 2011, 02:18:32 am »
Cognitive behavioral therapy, or cognitive behavioral therapy, is a type of talk therapy, which focuses on changing any of the ideas and behaviors that can be useful to contribute to the problems of the person. Post traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is a condition where a concern, and are experienced symptoms such as flashbacks and nightmares, for a long period of time after a traumatic experience. Studies have shown that cognitive behavioral therapy for PTSD using the most effective use of other psychological treatments. That those who suffer from PTSD (CBT ways to overcome anxiety in a relatively short time. Disadvantages of using cognitive behavioral therapy for PTSD include the fact that it requires a commitment, you may not be suitable for some complex situations, and focuses only on problems.PTSD current and believed to affect about one third of those who go through traumatic experiences, such as witnessing a violent death. Symptoms of PTSD begin straight away or after a period of time which may be as long as several years. and can come and go or are still ongoing, and can be include the alleviation event the original in the form of nightmares or flashbacks. who suffer from PTSD may feel the alert constantly, and foresaw the danger, and can avoid anything that reminds them of their trauma. and can also become withdrawn and lacking in passion in an attempt to stave off troublesome feelings.Talking treatments such as cognitive behavioral therapy is often recommended for the treatment of post traumatic stress disorder, and studies have shown that the use of cognitive behavioral therapy for PTSD in adults may be the best option. This kind of treatment for PTSD to be effective even if they are implemented long after the events disturbing the initial. One advantage of using cognitive behavioral therapy for PTSD is that treatment can work in a short period of time, usually less than 12 weeks, with therapy sessions, which occur once a week. It is even possible to manage cognitive behavioral therapy in the form of a book or computer program, which can be comfortable when the processor is not available.Research indicate that the use of cognitive behavioral therapy for PTSD in children can have a positive impact. The advantage is that cognitive behavior therapy and is believed to be safe, while the use of drugs, for example, may involve side effects. and disadvantages of the use of cognitive behavioral therapy for PTSD in adults or children is that individuals who suffer from learning difficulties or with many different mental health problems may be Unable to continue the process. It can be a challenge commitment is required, and requests from patients to participate fully with the treatment, which will be structured and planned in advance. sometimes involving the face and treatment of anxiety, this may not be possible for some people who may find it very sad.

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