Tension headaches are routinely seen in biofeedback practices either as a primary concern or as part of as constellation of symptoms. As common as they are, there are several different types of psychological issues the practitioner should consider. This paper focuses on psychological issues commonly seen that may affect or prevent successful treatment. This paper is not intended to be exhaustive, as the number of possible psychological issues is large and could require a special issue of its own.

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