|Author||: Jonathan S. Abramowitz|
|Publisher||: Guilford Publications|
|Total Pages||: 478|
|Rating||: 4/5 (66 Downloads)|
Book excerpt: Table of Contents: Exposure therapy for anxiety : overview and history How well does exposure therapy work? The nature and treatment of clinical anxiety Treatment planning I : functional assessment Treatment planning II : hierarchy development and treatment engagement Implementing exposure therapy : an overview Animal-related stimuli Natural environments Social concerns Unwanted intrusive thoughts Bodily cues and health concerns Contamination The aftermath of trauma Blood, injection, and injury-related stimuli Incompleteness, asymmetry, and not-just-right feelings Exposure therapy with complex cases Exposure therapy with children Involving significant others in treatment Combining exposure therapy with medication Maintaining improvement after treatment Exposure therapy : a risk-benefit analysis.