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Cognitive versus behavior therapy in the group treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder.
This study examined the effects of cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT) compared with traditional behavior therapy (exposure and response prevention [ERP]) in the group treatment of obsessive-compulsiveExpand
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Psychometric validation of the Obsessive Beliefs Questionnaire and the Interpretation of Intrusions Inventory: Part I.
This article reports on the validation of the Obsessive Beliefs Questionnaire (OBQ) and Interpretations of Intrusions Inventory (III) developed by the Obsessive Compulsive Cognitions Working GroupExpand
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Traumatic pasts in Canadian Aboriginal people: Further support for a complex trauma conceptualization?
A relevant and helpful framework for assessing Aboriginal people with a traumatic past may in- clude complex posttraumatic stress disorder or disorder of extreme stress not otherwise specified. In aExpand
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Sexual Assault of Women
Most North American universities offer sexual assault prevention programs focusing on attitude change. However, the few program outcome evaluations suggest that these programs may not be effective.Expand
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The relation between outcome expectation, therapeutic alliance, and outcome among depressed patients in group cognitive-behavioral therapy
Abstract Objective: Although patients’ expectation for improvement correlates with their treatment outcome, there remains limited information regarding the mechanisms through which outcomeExpand
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An Integrative Group Therapy Model for Depression and Anxiety in Later Life
Abstract Research shows that elderly patients are fully capable of benefiting from psychotherapy, and often prefer this non-pharmacological treatment option. Further, there is consensus amongExpand
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Cognitive Behavioral Group Therapy: Challenges and Opportunities
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Behavioral Group Treatment for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in Adolescence: A Pilot Study
Abstract This pilot study is a preliminary evaluation of the effectiveness of a cognitive-behavioral outpatient group treatment (CBT) protocol for adolescents with Obsessive-Compulsive DisorderExpand
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Clinical observations of a Cantonese cognitive-behavioral treatment program for Chinese immigrants.
In this article, the authors describe our clinical observations about the process of delivering a Cantonese-language cognitive- behavioral therapy program to treat depression in Hong Kong immigrantsExpand
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22 – In Vivo Exposure for Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia: Does a Cognitive Rationale Enhance Treatment Efficacy?
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses whether a cognitive rationale enhances the efficacy of in vivo exposure. Clark's cognitive theory of panic suggests that a cognitive rationale should be moreExpand
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