Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) has an excellent history in helping with issues such as depression, anxiety, insomnia, and chronic pain. A growing body of literature also exists that attests to CBT's success with tinnitus. While researchers agree CBT is effective for reducing tinnitus distress, however, they disagree about its effect on loudness--or perhaps, more specifically, one's perception of loudness. What's been your experience--both personal and professional--with CBT and tinnitus loudness? Any insight is appreciated. Thank You!