Enhancing Current Treatments for Anxiety Disorders

@inproceedings{Antony2002EnhancingCT,
  title={Enhancing Current Treatments for Anxiety Disorders},
  author={Martin M Antony},
  year={2002}
}
Although there continue to be new developments in cognitive behavioral treatments for anxiety disorders, most of these advances have focused on refining existing treatments, rather than on developing new techniques. Many of the fundamental strategies that are successfully used for treating anxiety disorders today (e.g., cognitive restructuring, in vivo exposure, interoceptive exposure, imaginal exposure, relaxation training, response prevention, skills training) have been established for some… CONTINUE READING
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