Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Self-Management Interventions for Chronic Pain
A comprehensive approach to the treatment of chronic pain involves addressing its psychological components. Cognitive-behavioral therapy is one method that focuses on how thoughts influence feelings and behaviors. This chapter will discuss key features of cognitive-behavioral therapy as well as highlight some common self-management interventions.
KeywordsCognitive-behavioral therapy Self-management interventions Chronic pain Cognitive restructuring
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