com)-- Join the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders (NJCTS) for "Beyond The Basics: Habit Reversal Training & Exposure and Response Prevention Therapy for Tourette Syndrome & Obsessive Compulsive Disorder" -- an all-day intensive clinical workshop geared toward evaluation, implementation and clinical practice -- on Friday, March 1, at Rutgers University's Cook Campus Center Multipurpose Room.
What does HRT stand for?
HRT stands for Habit Reversal Training (psychotherapy)
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We have 109 other meanings of HRT in our Acronym Attic
- Human Resources in Science and Technology - Occupation
- Hunter River Salinity Trading Scheme (Australia)
- Human Reproductive Sciences Unit (Medical Research Council, UK)
- Human Rights Society of Uzbekistan
- Humanitarian Reform Support Unit (est. 2006)
- Hampton Roads Snort Users' Group
- Human Respiratory Syncytial Virus
- Hard Red Spring Wheat
- Hood River Soil and Water Conservation District (Oregon)
- Human Rights Solidarity for Women and Migrants in Korea (South Korea)
- Habitat Restoration Team
- Hampton Roads Transit (public transportation system, Hampton Roads, VA, USA)
- Hard Real-Time
- Harm Reduction Therapy (healthcare)
- Hartwell Railway Company
- Health Records Technician
- Health Risk Assessment
- Health-Related Tasks (curriculum)
- Heart Rate Training (exercise)
- Heart Rate Turbulence
Samples in periodicals archive:
The treatment of choice is called Habit Reversal Training and was developed by Azrin and colleagues.
Habit reversal training (HRT), a behavioral tic treatment, is not only a useful medication adjunct, but can sometimes prove to be the better first-line option, Dr.
His stereotypic behavior was treated with habit reversal training (HRT), and the treatment's effects were assessed using direct observation procedures.
Habit reversal training for Trichotillomania: A group approach.
In another study, Mouton and Stanley (1996) examined the effectiveness of group delivered habit reversal training with 5 adult hair pullers.
Researchers at the University of California, Riverside, found that habit reversal training (HRT) and exposure and response prevention (ERP) were two psychosocial treatments that meet evidence-based standards for the control of tic disorders.
Singer and his colleagues recently reported improvement in the frequency, intensity, and number of stereotypies in an open trial of 12 nonautistic children with physiologic motor stereotypies who received habit reversal training.