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CBT Therapy and Hypochondria

Posted by dawnfawn on December 3, 2004, at 6:55:45

After 10 sessions I am still at a loss as to how this is supposed to accomplish anything. When I bring it up to my therapist she says I must continue to do my homework. My homework consists of writing down feelings and reactions, my moods. We then go over inappropriate thoughts. I am seeing her trying to overcome hypochondria. I am always afraid I am about to die of a heart attack, it is very unpleasant to say the least. Isn't there more to CT than this? How will this help me? Is she deficient? Am I? What am I missing? Does anyone suggest anything? Has anyone else been here? Do I need another therapist or an other approach. I thought CBT consisted of more dynamic and varied action than this.




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