"Luckily for sufferers of IBS, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) has been found to be an effective treatment for the condition." ADAA member Melissa Hunt, PhD authors this blog post on overcoming Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) through CBT treatment.
“If you got a depression diagnosis, one of the most basic things you want to know is, what are the chances of my life returning to normal or becoming optimal afterward?” from this New York Times article featuring ADAA member Daniel Disabato, PhD.
"I'm dreading and I'm anticipating the worst. But I do it anyway. And then, it's a euphoric sensation when you're done with it because you end up having a great time," says ADAA friend and supporter Ryan "China" McCarney in this NPR article.
"...People feel embarrassed that they have the anxiety, and then they don't want to deal with it. And then they don't deal with it, and it gets worse..." from the GQ article featuring ADAA member David Rosmarin, PhD.
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