Tinnitus Health Newsletter


The latest tinnitus news, research and support from the American Tinnitus Association

Vol. 4: February 9, 2023

Tinnitus awareness often begins when this unexpected sound enters your life, or that of a loved one, and doesn’t fade after a day or two. The American Tinnitus Association is excited to share how meaningful care and understanding of the chronic condition can be life altering for everyone touched by it.

In this special issue of Tinnitus Health, released during Tinnitus Awareness Week, we look at what the science tells us about evidence-based therapies and interventions.

While Searching for Tinnitus Cures, Interventions Aimed at Management Matter

Understanding the limits and the potential of tinnitus interventions is key for patients and healthcare providers.

By Marc Fagelson, PhD, and Heather Malyuk, AuD

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Versus Tinnitus Retraining Therapy: Similarities and Differences

No more confusion about these two well-known, much-studied methods that may be right for you, someone you love, or for your patient.

By James A. Henry, PhD

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Train the Brain to Tackle Tinnitus With Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness

Discover how CBT and mindfulness can be utilized to ease tinnitus distress.

By Bruce Hubbard, PhD

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*To hear more about CBT for tinnitus, listen to Conversations in Tinnitus podcast with Dr. Hubbard.


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