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An Integrative Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Program for Adults With Migraine: A Feasibility Study.

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Summary of "An Integrative Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Program for Adults With Migraine: A Feasibility Study."

To present a novel cognitive behavioral therapy program that was developed exclusively for adults with migraine, and to assess the feasibility of this program.

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Name: Headache
ISSN: 1526-4610
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