Anxiety and Phobic Disorders: A Pragmatic Approach

Paperback | March 31, 1996

byWendy K. Silverman, Wiliam M. Kurtines

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This valuable handbook presents clear guidelines for conducting effective treatment procedures for children suffering from anxiety and phobic disorders, allowing clinicians to maintain high standards of care in their practice. The authors adapt key theoretical concepts and findings from ongoing research to develop practical assessment and intervention procedures. In addition, they highlight their 'transfer control' approach and describe its implementation in their exposure-based treatment program. Chapters include several helpful case studies to illustrate how to overcome treatment obstacles.

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In this eminently sensible guidebook, helpful case examples of phobias in children illustrate effective methods and treatments for anxiety, as well as for other childhood disorders. Emphasizing high standards of care, the authors translate clinical theory and research into practical assessment and intervention techniques

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This valuable handbook presents clear guidelines for conducting effective treatment procedures for children suffering from anxiety and phobic disorders, allowing clinicians to maintain high standards of care in their practice. The authors adapt key theoretical concepts and findings from ongoing research to develop practical assessm...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:162 pagesPublished:March 31, 1996Publisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306452278

ISBN - 13:9780306452277

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Table of Contents

Background: Pragmatic Attitude. Evaluation: Assessment. Assessment of Diagnosis. Treatment: Building Blocks. Nuts and Bolts. Obstacles and Solutions. New and Better Ways: Working with Other Problems, Populations, and Contexts. Appendixes. Index.

From Our Editors

In this eminently sensible guidebook, helpful case examples of phobias in children illustrate effective methods and treatments for anxiety, as well as for other childhood disorders. Emphasizing high standards of care, the authors translate clinical theory and research into practical assessment and intervention techniques