Managing Social Anxiety - Therapist Guide

Managing Social Anxiety - Therapist Guide

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This book is designed to be used in conjunction with Managing Social Anxiety, Client Workbook. This new Guide is for practicing mental health professionals who treat adult clients diagnosed with Social Anxiety Disorder and/or Specific Social Phobias. It lays out a cognitive-behavioral treatment program to help clinicians teach their clients to learn to monitor their anxiety, gain control and initiate needed change. CBT techniques such as cognitive restructuring and in vivo exposure are explained. The treatment offered is evidence-based and proven to be effective.show more

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  • Paperback | 200 pages
  • 172.72 x 251.46 x 17.78mm | 340.19g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 0195189930
  • 9780195189933
  • 1,310,949

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"Provides the clinician with a solid theoretical background with which to formulate and a clear rationale for each step in the treatment."--Behavioral and Cognitive Psychotherapyshow more

Table of contents

SECTION I: BACKGROUND FOR THERAPISTS; 1. Introduction and Treatment Considerations; 2. Supplemental Information on Social Anxiety; 3. Assessment; SECTION II: SESSION-BY-SESSION THERAPIST GUIDE; 4. Overview of the Course of Treatment; 5. Psychoeducation Part 1: Background on Social Anxiety; 6. Psychoeducation Part 2: Understanding the Nature of Social Anxiety; 7. Psychoeducation Part 3: Etiology and Treatment Rationale; 8. Psychoeducation Part 4: Fear and Avoidance Hierachy and Self-Monitoring; 9. Cognitive Restructuring Part 1: Identifying Automatic Thoughts; 10. Cognitive Restructuring Part 2: Challenging Automatic Thoughts; 11. Exposure and Cognitive Restructuring Part 1: First Exposure; 12. Exposure and Cognitive Restructuring Part 2: Ongoing Exposure; 13. Exposure and Cognitive Restructuring Part 3: Observational Fears; 14. Exposure and Cognitive Restructuring Part 4: Conversation Fears; 15. Exposure and Cognitive Restructuring Part 5: Public Speaking Fears; 16. Advanced Cognitive Restructuring; 17. Terminationshow more

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