Modular Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Youth with Anxiety Disorders: A Closer Look at the Use of Specific Modules and their Relation to Treatment Process and Response

@article{Becker2012ModularCB,
  title={Modular Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Youth with Anxiety Disorders: A Closer Look at the Use of Specific Modules and their Relation to Treatment Process and Response},
  author={Emily M. Becker and Kimberly D. Becker and Golda S. Ginsburg},
  journal={School Mental Health},
  year={2012},
  volume={4},
  pages={243-253}
}
Recent data have emerged suggesting the benefits of a modular rather than manualized approach to treating anxiety disorders, particularly in school settings. However, little is known about the use of specific modules or their relation to treatment process or response. Using data from a modular cognitive behavioral treatment for anxiety disorders delivered by school clinicians, this study examined (a) the frequency of module use (e.g., exposure, cognitive restructuring), (b) whether therapy… CONTINUE READING