This special report argues that many patients with chronic pain may not be significantly impacted by psychological factors, and that for those who are, cognitive–behavioral therapy is the treatment of choice.
Browsing: cognitive-behavioral therapy
We speak to Lance McCracken, Professor of Medicine at KCL (UK), about his work and the role of behavioral therapies in pain management.
Results from COBRA, one of the largest multicenter studies of psychological treatments for depression, have indicated that inexpensive behavioral activation therapy may be as effective as cognitive behavioral therapy.
Harnessing group composition-related effects in pain management programs: a review and recommendations
G Lorimer Moseley et al. review the impact of group composition in cognitive-behavioral therapy for chronic pain and present a conceptual framework for analyzing group-composition within the context of pain management.