Cognitive therapy versus interoceptive exposure as treatment of panic disorder without agoraphobia.

@article{Arntz2002CognitiveTV,
  title={Cognitive therapy versus interoceptive exposure as treatment of panic disorder without agoraphobia.},
  author={Arnoud Arntz},
  journal={Behaviour research and therapy},
  year={2002},
  volume={40 3},
  pages={325-41}
}
  • Arnoud Arntz
  • Published 2002 in Behaviour research and therapy
Cognitive therapy (CT) and interoceptive exposure (IE) as treatments of panic disorder without agoraphobia were compared in a sample of 69 patients, randomly allocated to condition. There were no significant differences between treatments as to reductions in panic frequency, daily anxiety levels and a composite questionnaire score, at posttest after the 12-session treatment, and at both follow-ups (4 weeks, 6 months). In both conditions, high percentages of patients were panic free at post and… CONTINUE READING
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