Cognitive—behavioral group treatment for social phobia: Effectiveness at five-year followup

  title={Cognitive—behavioral group treatment for social phobia: Effectiveness at five-year followup},
  author={Richard G Heimberg and Debra G. Salzman and Craig S. Holt and Karl A. Blendell},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
Empirical studies of the behavioral or cognitive—behavioral treatment of social phobia have appeared with increasing frequency over the last decade, and there is reason for cautious optimism in the evaluation of treatment effectiveness. However, few studies have reported systematic followup data, and there is little information available about the durability of change in treated social phobics. We report on the followup evaluation of cognitive—behavioral group therapy (CBGT) for social phobia… CONTINUE READING


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