Enforcing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Hoarding Treatment

With the massive occurrence of hoarding cases in Indiana, Clinical Psychologist Dr. Greg Sipes speaks about an emerging treatment for the disorder:

Cognitive behavioral therapy is an active and directed approach to hoarding disorder. It challenges an individual to change his perspective and offers coping strategies. One essential element for this approach is the person’s readiness and willingness to address his condition.

With its recent addition to the DSM, Dr. Sipes says a new method of treatment for hoarding disorder is likely to emerge in the next decade.

Learn more about Indiana hoarders — Indiana Hoarders: FOX59 investigates the disorder endangering lives, communities.

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