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By Gregoris Simos, Stefan G. Hofmann

CBT for anxiousness Disorders provides a accomplished evaluate of the most recent nervousness disorder-specific remedy suggestions contributed by means of the most important specialists in numerous CBT approaches.

  • Summarizes the state of the art CBT ways for every of the DSM anxiousness disorders
  • Represents a one-stop software for researchers, clinicians, and scholars on CBT for anxiousness disorders
  • Features international best CBT authors who supply an up-to-the-minute description in their respective remedy techniques in a succinct, and clinician-tailored, fashion

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A. (1997) Hierarchical structure and general factor saturation of the anxiety sensitivity index: Evidence and implication. Psychological Assessment, 9, 277–284. 2 Obsessive–Compulsive Spectrum Disorders: Diagnosis, Theory, and Treatment David A. , 2010). It is one of the more perplexing of the anxiety disorders to treat, in part, because of its chronicity and heterogeneous symptom presentation. , anxiety) or compulsive features. In this chapter, we present an overview of current research into the psychopathology and treatment of OCD and obsessive–compulsive spectrum disorders (OCSDs).

Edited by Gregoris Simos and Stefan G. Hofmann. © 2013 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Published 2013 by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 26 David A. Clark and Gregoris Simos or aggression to self or others. In most cases the obsession causes considerable anxiety, although the severity of the anxiety or distress can vary from case to case. Guilt is often associated with obsessions (Shafran, Watkins, and Charman, 1996), especially the repugnant subtype, and individuals may try to conceal their obsessive thinking from others due to embarrassment or fear of some negative consequence (Newth and Rachman, 2001).

2004) and average symptom reduction of 48–59% (Kozak and Coles, 2005). , 2004; Fisher and Wells, 2005). However, only 25% of OCD patients are asymptomatic at posttreatment (Fisher and Wells, 2005). , 2004) and follow-up studies indicate that 76% of treatment completers maintain their gains over 2 years or more (Foa and Kozak, 1996). Despite these encouraging results, several problems emerged with ERP treatment of OCD. First, approximately 20% of patients who complete ERP do not improve and another 25–30% drop out of treatment prematurely (Abramowitz, 2006).

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