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Tinnitus E-Programme Part One

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Use of the TFI as Standard and the new 12 Module CBT for Tinnitus course
Over time the TFI makes it possible to see improvements AND identify what still needs to be addressed
Published by Debbie Featherstone - 29/6/2020
Listening to and monitoring tinnitus
A PERSONAL EXPERIMENT: I chose a weekend to MONITOR my tinnitus. Just to observe what it did in terms of loudness. I used a simple scale of 1-10, 1 = very quiet, and 10 = as loud as I believe it can possibly be.
Published by Debbie Featherstone - 18/3/2020
Long term results - 12 months after completing the CBT for Tinnitus E-Programme
A year after completing the CBT for Tinnitus E-Programme, results are being maintained and even improved... similar consistency of improvement as in clinic
Published by Debbie Featherstone - 3/3/2020
Partnership with the British Tinnitus Association
15% saving on ALL services provided through the Tinnitus E-Programme including 1-1 Assessments and 1-1 idividual courses of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for Tinnitus
Published by Debbie Featherstone - 4/2/2020
Basic Mechanics of CBT for Tinnitus
Implied meanings come about through using Cognitive Distortions
Published by Debbie Featherstone - 27/8/2019
Waiting for symptoms to get worse before doing anything
We do nothing until we reach that point where we have to DO something
Published by Debbie Featherstone - 27/6/2019
Unexpected learning from the TEP website Live Chat app
It’s only been a couple of weeks, and I have learned something that has surprised me
Published by Debbie Featherstone - 2/2/2019
ETD - Eustachian Tube Dysfunction
ETD (Eustachian Tube Dysfunction) and sinus problems increase tinnitus loudness perception - what to do about it
Published by Debbie Featherstone - 2/2/2019
Brilliant TED talk! Standing ovation at the end!
Earn 7.5 minutes extra life by watching this video - really? It sure made me feel good though!
Published by Debbie Featherstone - 26/1/2019
85% of those with tinnitus are not distressed by it - become an 85 percenter!
What we are talking about here is someone’s EXPERIENCE of idiopathic tinnitus. It’s their experience that is “bad” - not the electrical activity
Published by Debbie Featherstone - 16/1/2019

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