Seeing Is Believing: Using Video Feedback in Cognitive Therapy for Social Anxiety Disorder

@inproceedings{WarnockParkes2017SeeingIB,
  title={Seeing Is Believing: Using Video Feedback in Cognitive Therapy for Social Anxiety Disorder},
  author={Emma Warnock-Parkes and Jennifer Wild and Richard J. Stott and Nick Grey and A. C. Ehlers and David M Clark},
  booktitle={Cognitive and behavioral practice},
  year={2017}
}
Distorted negative self-images and impressions appear to play a key role in maintaining Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD). In previous research, McManus et al. (2009) found that video feedback can help people undergoing cognitive therapy for SAD (CT-SAD) to develop a more realistic impression of how they appear to others, and this was associated with significant improvement in their social anxiety. In this paper we first present new data from 47 patients that confirms the value of video feedback… CONTINUE READING
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