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Cognitive Behavioural Formulation for Focal Dystonia in a Student Athlete: A Case Report

  • Osamu Kobori (a1)

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This case study introduces brief cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for a student athlete with focal dystonia and describes the development of an idiosyncratic cognitive model of the symptom. In order to aid case formulation of the idiosyncratic dystonic symptom, the therapist adapted and applied an existing cognitive model, which emphasizes the interactions between cognition, anxiety, and bodily sensation (e.g. Clark, 1986; Salkovskis and Warwick, 2001).

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Reprint requests to Osamu Kobori, Department of Cognitive Behavioural Science, Graduate School of Art and Science, University of Tokyo, 3-8-1 Komaba, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8902, Japan. E-mail: kobo@mint.ocn.ne.jp

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Cognitive Behavioural Formulation for Focal Dystonia in a Student Athlete: A Case Report

  • Osamu Kobori (a1)

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Cognitive Behavioural Formulation for Focal Dystonia in a Student Athlete: A Case Report

  • Osamu Kobori (a1)
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