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Cognitive Therapy For Driving Phobia: Two Single Case Studies

  • Michael Townend (a1)

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Two single case studies are described of driving phobia treated with cognitive therapy. Assessment, formulation, risk and practical treatment of this common problem are reported. Self-report measures and a behavioural test evaluated results. Both cases improved significantly and reported that the treatment was acceptable. Recommendations for future research are also made.

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Reprint requests and requests for extended report to Michael Townend, Unit for Psychotherapeutic Practice and Research, University of Derby, Mickleover, Derby DE3 5GX, UK. E-mail: m.townend@derby.ac.uk An extended version is also available online in the table of contents for this issue: http://journals.cambridge.org/jid_BCP

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Cognitive Therapy For Driving Phobia: Two Single Case Studies

  • Michael Townend (a1)

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Cognitive Therapy For Driving Phobia: Two Single Case Studies

  • Michael Townend (a1)
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