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Unread December 23rd, 2004, 04:55 PM
roland rogiers roland rogiers is offline
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Default Re: CBT for Insomnia

I suppose that when someone sees his insomnia as a problem there will always be some (internal) problem talk/cognitions. Otherwise, he would not see it as a problem. Does this make any sense?
I just formulated the classical conditioning hypothesis as a rationale for treatment when a patient resists, denies or does'nt experience any anxiety or tension. I was really wondering if this patient did have any burden (and motivation)? It's not mentioned in the description. So it would be very interesting if the author would supply some more information.
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