Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy as Treatment for Hoarding

A study involving 232 hoarders was recently conducted to determine the effectiveness of the cognitive-behavioral therapy technique in treating the said psychological condition. The results, which showed that 25% and 43% of the patients who received the therapy exhibited significant improvement, proved that the said approach could be one step closer to addressing hoarding disorder. While the treatment is yet to be perfected,  it is definitely a great start.

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