Sam Smith Explains Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Patients With Breast Cancer

December 28, 2016
Sam Smith

Sam Smith, University of Leeds, explains cognitive behavioral therapy for patients with breast cancer.

Sam Smith, University of Leeds, explains cognitive behavioral therapy for patients with breast cancer.

This type of therapy is likely to consist of one-on-one sessions between the patient and a psychologist, and is aimed at better medication adherence. Patients can discuss any beliefs, side effects and concerns they have about taking their medication, and the psychologist can help address those beliefs and develop coping strategies for any adverse symptoms they may bring.

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