Clinical Guide to Exposure Therapy
Clinical Guide to Exposure Therapy provides evidence-based guidance on how to incorporate and tailor exposure therapy for patients who present with problems beyond fear and its disorders. Exposure therapy is a relatively easy-to-implement intervention with powerful effects. Helping clinicians expand their reach and effectiveness, this clinician’s guide includes chapters on (1) considerations for deviating from standard exposure protocols when patients present with comorbid psychiatric or medical conditions and (2) how to use exposure therapy in the treatment of conditions that do not center on fear or anxiety (e.g., eating disorders, obesity, depression, substance use disorders, chronic pain). Complementing existing resources for clinicians on exposure therapy for the treatment of anxiety disorders, this volume provides guidance on issues related to the planning and implementation of exposure interventions more broadly. This clinical guide an essential resource for the advanced trainee and clinician providing exposure therapy for complex comorbidities and unique populations.
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