Jeffrey Lackner, PsyD, on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Can Provide Sustained Relief of IBS

 

Jeffrey Lackner, PsyD, discusses published results of a landmark NIH clinical trial that evaluated cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) as a method for relieving symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, common misconceptions of CBT, how a gastroenterologist can approach patients who are candidates for CBT, and more.

 

Jeffrey Lackner, PsyD, is professor of medicine and chief of the Division of Behavioral Medicine at Jacobs School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences at University at Buffalo in New York.

 

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