Targeting clinician concerns about exposure therapy: A pilot study comparing standard vs. enhanced training.

@article{Farrell2016TargetingCC,
  title={Targeting clinician concerns about exposure therapy: A pilot study comparing standard vs. enhanced training.},
  author={Nicholas R. Farrell and Joshua J. Kemp and Shannon M Blakey and Johanna M Meyer and Brett J. Deacon},
  journal={Behaviour research and therapy},
  year={2016},
  volume={85},
  pages={53-9}
}
Owing to concerns about the safety and tolerability of exposure therapy, many clinicians deliver the treatment in an overly cautious manner, which may limit its effectiveness. Although didactic training in exposure reduces clinician concerns about the treatment to a moderate extent, improved training strategies are needed to minimize these concerns and… CONTINUE READING