Handbook of clinical behavior therapy

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Wiley, 1992 - Psychology - 481 pages
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Since the first edition, the theoretical bases for behavioral approaches to therapy have greatly expanded, as have the applications and related research. Provides a discussion of behavioral intervention for the major mental disorders. It endeavors to integrate theory and practice with particular emphasis on those theoretical issues related to implementation of a given treatment. There is liberal use of case examples and a critical evaluation of the outcome literature in each area.

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Contents

Behavioral Treatment of Simple Phobia
3
Behavioral Treatment of Social Phobia
13
CognitiveBehavioral Treatment of Panic Disorder Agoraphobia
39
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