I-95 Phobia Treated With Hypnotic Systematic Desensitization: A Case Report

@article{Iglesias2013I95PT,
  title={I-95 Phobia Treated With Hypnotic Systematic Desensitization: A Case Report},
  author={Alex Iglesias and Adam Iglesias},
  journal={American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis},
  year={2013},
  volume={56},
  pages={143 - 151}
}
Systematic desensitization and hypnosis mediated therapy share empirical evidence of efficacy in the treatment of specific phobias. However, a review of the literature indicated there is limited documentation in the employment of these modalities for treating driving related phobias (DRP). This article reports on the use of hypnosis aided systematic desensitization (HASD) in the successful treatment of a case of non-accident related driving phobia, specifically manifested on Interstate 95 (I-95… 

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