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Cognitive Behavioral Model Of Tinnitus (2014)

The Cognitive Behavioral Model Of Tinnitus identifies cognitive, behavioral, and perceptual changes which operate to maintain tinnitus perception and distress. This formulation can guide effective CBT treatment strategies.

This worksheet describes the a cognitive behavioral (CBT) model of tinnitus developed by McKenna, Handscombe, Hoare & Hall (2014). It identifies mechanisms including negative thinking, selective attention, and safety seeking behaviors as important in the maintenance of tinntus-related distress.

This is a Psychology Tools information handout. Suggested uses include:

  • Client handout – use as a psychoeducation resource
  • Discussion point – use to provoke a discussion and explore client beliefs
  • Therapist learning tool – improve your familiarity with a psychological construct
  • Teaching resource – use as a learning tool during training
  • McKenna, L., Handscombe, L., Hoare, D. J., Hall, D. A. (2014). A scientific cognitive-behavioural model of tinnitus: novel conceptualizations of tinnitus distress. Frontiers in Neurology, 5, 1-15.

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