Behavioral Treatment for Migraine
A large body of literature supports the efficacy of behavioral intervention for migraine. Behavioral therapies are often prescribed in conjunction with acute or preventive strategies to better manage headache disorders. Learn more about how cognitive-behavioral therapy, biofeedback and relaxation strategies work in conjunction with other treatment options to reduce the frequency and intensity of migraine days.
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Behavioral Treatment for Children With Migraine
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Migraine: Q&A with Elizabeth Seng, PhD
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Migraine: Q&A
Study Demonstrates Feasibility of Migraine-Specific CBT
Barriers to Behavioral Therapy in Headache Management
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