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Overview

Clients or patients experiencing chronic pain require a unique counselling approach that can be applied universally, regardless of the source of the pain or the number of months or years they have attempted to manage the pain. Chronic pain is defined as pain that lasts for more than three to six months. According to another definition, chronic pain is simply pain that lasts longer than the expected period of healing. Chronic pain can be caused by a variety of conditions, ranging from fibromyalgia to chronic headaches. Whatever the cause, chronic pain can be devastating - both physically and emotionally. According to CBT, individuals create their own experiences, including pain, rather than external situations and events. People can change their knowledge of pain and develop better coping skills by shifting their negative thoughts and beliefs, even if their actual level of pain remains constant. Cadabams has the best psychologists specialised in CBT for chronic pain in Bangalore.
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Can CBT be used to treat chronic pain?

CBT has been shown in previous studies to be effective for chronic pain. CBT has also been shown to improve quality of life and activities of daily living in people suffering from chronic headache, facial pain, arthralgia, and fibromyalgia.

When should I avoid using CBT?

Because of its structured nature, CBT may not be appropriate for people with more complex mental health needs or learning disabilities. Because CBT may involve having to confront your emotions and anxieties, you may feel more anxious or emotionally inconvenient at first.