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Part One - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety Disorders

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  06 January 2022

Gillian Todd
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University of East Anglia
Rhena Branch
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Evidence-Based Treatment for Anxiety Disorders and Depression
A Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Compendium
, pp. 27 - 174
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2022

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Further Recommended Reading

This is the definitive guide on CBT for specific phobias. The first part of

the book gives an extensive background on the phenomenology and

assessment of specific phobias; it also gives an overview of the evidence

for various treatments for specific phobias. The second part of the book

focuses on one-session treatment for specific phobias with adults and

children. It gives detailed instructions and treatment plans and materials

on how to conduct one-session treatments. The last part of the book

addresses special topics in CBT for specific phobias, including how to

train therapists and assess their competence, how to adapt the treatment

for specialist populations (e.g., people with learning or developmental

difficulties), ethical issues, research evidence, and use of technologies.

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