Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Benefits People with Lupus

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapy that explores the role of thinking in people’s well-being. One study found that CBT, along with biofeedback, reduced pain and improved coping in people with lupus. This new study suggests that CBT might also reduce stress, anxiety, and depression, and improve the quality of life in people with lupus.

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