Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in Addressing Hoarding Disorder

Cognitive-behavioral therapy is an emerging form of treatment for individuals with hoarding disorder. As stated in an article from The Patriot Ledger, there are patients who do not respond well with medication, which is why the said approach is designed combining the intellectual and behavioral form of remedial treatment.

A recent study employing the said method has garnered positive results although it is admittedly far from perfect. Click here to learn more about the cognitive-behavioral therapy.

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