On developing tinnitus distress in 2005, Bruce Hubbard, an experienced clinical psychologist, turned for help to the only evidence-based treatment, CBT, but could not find a single qualified expert. After successfully guiding himself through the program, he went on to found CBT for Tinnitus, LLC, whose mission is to fill this evidence-to-practice gap by providing internet-based training and coaching to tinnitus distress sufferers throughout the world. He has published numerous articles and podcasts on CBT and mindfulness for tinnitus. Bruce’s webinar, Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (CBT) for Tinnitus Distress, sponsored by the Anxiety & Depression Association of America (ADAA), has garnered more than 380,000 views as of March 2023.
Bruce Hubbard is a Visiting Scholar at Columbia University, Teachers College, a past President (2016-2018) of the New York City Cognitive Behavior Therapy Association, and Founder of CBT for Tinnitus, LLC. Bruce is certified in Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology through the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP). He completed his doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Binghamton University and his clinical internship at New York University Medical Center, Bellevue Hospital.
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