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Complicated grief helped by cognitive restructuring and exposure therapy

The death of a loved one can precipitate the devastating clinical condition known as "complicated grief" (CG). In a study reported in Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, maladaptive thinking and behaviors were described as significant contributors to CG. The effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) was compared with nonspecific supportive counseling (SC). In this study, CBT methods included cognitive restructuring and exposure. People suffering with CG often avoid reminders of…
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