Transdiagnostic approaches to the treatment of anxiety disorders: A quantitative review.

  title={Transdiagnostic approaches to the treatment of anxiety disorders: A quantitative review.},
  author={Peter J Norton and Laura M. Philipp},
  volume={45 2},
Transdiagnostic cognitive-behavioral group treatments for anxiety, treatments that are designed to be applicable to diagnostically mixed groups of anxiety disorder clients, have been garnering interest in recent years. At least 7 independent research teams have developed transdiagnostic anxiety treatment protocols and reported preliminary outcomes data. In this review, we outline the basic theoretical rationale underlying transdiagnostic models of anxiety and review each of the treatment… CONTINUE READING

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