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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
Timing for Making Change Happen is Important
The start of a new year is a really good time to throw out the old
Published by Debbie Featherstone - 9/1/2019
New Platform for Tinnitus E-Programme Group of Courses
All Tinnitus E-Programme Courses On a New Learning Platform
Published by Debbie Featherstone - 29/11/2018
Tinnitus E-Programme Plus
Full iCBT (internet-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) Training Course
Published by Debbie Featherstone - 29/11/2018
Storytelling - The Story We Tell Ourselves About Tinnitus
This is precisely how tinnitus becomes a problem. We don’t want to hear it. We want it to go away. And the more meaning that has to us, the more the “story” persists
Published by Debbie Featherstone - 24/7/2018

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