CCBT


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AcronymDefinition
CCBTComputerised Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence; UK)
CCBTCenter for Church Based Training (Richardson, TX)
CCBTComprehensive Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
CCBTCape Cod Bank and Trust (Hyannis, MA)
CCBTCollin County Ballet Theatre (est. 2001; Plano, TX)
CCBTCentre for the Commercialization of Biomedical Technologies (National Research Council Canada)
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PhoreMost has built a pipeline of novel targets and early drug discovery programmes using this platform, and the new collaboration will draw on CCBT's structural and chemical biology expertise to progress selected targets within PhoreMost's discovery portfolio.
The Department of Biotechnology, Government of India funds CCBT at the Institute for Stem Cell Science and Regenerative Medicine (inStem).
Pearce explains that she and her colleagues learned from experience that not all Christians desire CCBT. Drawing on the work of Kenneth Pargament (1997), she outlines key features of spirituality, which clinicians can include when taking a client's history.
The higher effective tax rate for the first quarter of 2015 was primarily attributable to increased pre-tax earnings as a result of the CCBT acquisition gain.
CCBT programs are cost-effective, convenient, interactive, and accessible to youth who may not be willing or able to engage in face-to-face counseling.
In one study, referrals to secondary mental health services fell by almost 80 per cent when GPs could refer patients to a CCBT clinic nearby, and they returned to their original level when the facility was withdrawn.
Health secretary Patricia Hewitt wants to see patients get better access to computerised Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (cCBT), a treatment which is delivered through a computer.
Before being appointed as Division President in 2000, Bozer served as Managing Director of Coca-Cola Bottlers of Turkey (CCBT), a joint-venture which covers Coca-Cola bottling opeartions in Turkey, between 1998 and 2000.
For adults with generalized social phobia, fluoxetine and comprehensive cognitive-behavior therapy (CCBT) were more effective than placebo.
For adults with generalized social phobia, fluoxetine and comprehensive cognitive behavior therapy (CCBT) were more effective than placebo.
It then discusses the two proposals that are thought to be politically viable, Common Consolidated Base Taxation (CCBT) and Home State Taxation (HST), under the simplifying assumption that all Member States and all eligible corporate groups opt to participate in CCBT or HST.
UNICE suggests that all companies active in more than one Member State, regardless of their size, should be allowed to apply common consolidated base taxation (CCBT).