Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for Tinnitus Distress

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Featuring:

Bruce Hubbard, PhD, ABPP
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Consumer
tinnitus
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Co-occuring Disorders
Tuesday, March 21, 2017 9:09 am

Dr. Bruce Hubbard provides resources for tinnitus distress which affects about 16 million people in the United States.

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Bruce Hubbard, PhD, ABPP

Bruce Hubbard, PhD

For over 20 years Dr. Bruce Hubbard has applied Cognitive-Behavior Therapy to treat emotional disorders. After establishing one of the first CBT practices in New York City, he went on to found the Cognitive Health Group, where he pioneered the integration of CBT and mindfulness to treat anxiety, depression, OCD and related disorders. Equipped with the added insight that can only come through personal experience, Dr. Hubbard is committed to broadening our understanding of emotional disorders as valid, treatable health problems. His professional work is further enhanced by the practical study of mindfulness meditation and yoga.

In addition to his clinical practice, Bruce Hubbard is Visiting Scholar at Columbia University - Teacher's College, Past-President of the New York City Cognitive Behavior Therapy Association, and Associate Clinical Professor at Icahn School of Medicine, Mt Sinai Hospital. He has published and presented papers on anxiety, depression, thought disorder, tinnitus, evidence-based therapy, and has been quoted in BP Hope, CNBC, Real Simple, “O”, Maxim, Daily News, Daily Beast, and the New York Post.

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