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Cognitive behavioral therapy Cognitive behavioral therapy for body dysmorphic disorder focuses on: Helping you learn how negative thoughts, emotional reactions and behaviors maintain problems over time Challenging automatic negative thoughts about yo...
Generally a short-term treatment, cognitive behavioral therapy focuses on teaching you specific skills to directly manage your worries and help you gradually return to the activities you've avoided because of anxiety.
In some cases special education or individualized teaching strategies may be appropriate.
This therapy can help reduce pain by teaching you how to relax your pelvic muscles and control how your body responds to the symptoms.
You may also be taught how to give your medicine at home.
These may vary depending on whose guidance you follow or who's teaching a class.
Generally a short-term treatment, CBT focuses on teaching you specific skills to improve your symptoms and gradually return to the activities you've avoided because of anxiety.
Combining these treatments can help improve your symptoms by: Teaching you skills to address your symptoms Helping you think better about yourself, others and the world Learning ways to cope if any symptoms arise again Treating other...
Speech-language therapy can help improve a child's life by teaching nonverbal ways of communicating and helping with social interaction.
Psychological testing will help your child's teachers develop a suitable teaching program.
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