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JohnnyD

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Hey how's it going? i just recently bought a book, Tinnitus Retraining Therapy Guide (Patient Counseling Guide)
by James A. Henry
Dennis R. Trune
Micheal J. A . Robb
Pawel J. Jastreboff

http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Tinnitus-Retraining-Therapy/James-A-Henry/e/9781597561556/?itm=2

this book was designed for the Audiologist to go over with the patient sitting directly across table from the AUD, the way it's laid out is so the Aud can read the main points on T & H and on the patients view are pictures & explanations in laymen terms.
  This book was expensive around $90.00 it explains it really easy to understand the concept on T & the whole process of what the cause & treatment, now there was a small section on H but not to much about 10 pages at the end.

 I just started to think to myself was it worth the money Hmmmm
well i did educate myself a lot from this forum & the network but the book really help more with showing of pictures & some graphs! 
at first i wished it wasn't so damn expensive & it did'nt really hit home on Hyperacusis TRT with sound therapy, I know its the same as T but there has to be some difference? I.E sound Levels & Progression this is where i'm still unsure!

 So here's my question has anyone here read the other book by Dr.Jastreboff Tinnitus Retraing Therapy & also does it go into more detail on the protocol for H & TRT Treatment?
http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Tinnitus-Retraining-Therapy/Pawel-J-Jastreboff/e/9780521088374/?itm=1


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marv

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I have the other book and if memory serves me correctly (I'm too lazy to go back and look up all the parts that specifically talk about H) it has more info about H than the book you have.

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Rob

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JohnnyD -

Yes.  Tinnitus Retraining Therapy - Implementing the Neurophysiological Model by Jastreboff and Hazell goes into more detail about hyperacusis.  Another book worth getting is Tinnitus Retraining Therapy - Clinical Guidelines by Henry, Trune, Robb and Jastreboff.  It is the companion volume to the book you have. 

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JohnnyD

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Thanks Rob & Marv for the info guess i have to order that one now ..


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