CBT For Anxiety Disorders: A Practitioner Book by Gregoris Simos, Stefan G. Hofmann

By Gregoris Simos, Stefan G. Hofmann

CBT for anxiousness Disorders offers a accomplished evaluation of the most recent anxiousness disorder-specific remedy recommendations contributed through the major specialists in a number of CBT approaches.

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

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By Gregoris Simos, Stefan G. Hofmann

CBT for anxiousness Disorders offers a accomplished evaluation of the most recent anxiousness disorder-specific remedy recommendations contributed through the major specialists in a number of CBT approaches.

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

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These findings, Obsessive–Compulsive Spectrum Disorders: Diagnosis, Theory, and Treatment 31 then, cast serious doubt on the conventional wisdom that comorbidity, even the presence of personality disorders, is related to poor treatment response. Given the controversy over the DSM-V classification of OCD, evidence for comorbidity between OCD and the spectrum disorders would support the new OC spectrum grouping proposed for DSM-V. , 2003). Rates of eating disorder did not differ significantly across groups, and even though rates of TTM and skin picking were higher in OCD, only the elevated incidence of tic-related conditions was significantly different.

SSRIs or CMI must be administered at medium to high doses; acute treatment is of at least 3 months, and if efficacious, maintenance treatment continues for at least 1 year (Kellner, 2010). In a recent review, Franklin and Foa (2011) summarize relevant findings: SRIs have proven efficacious, though partial response appears to be the norm; amelioration of symptoms is typically maintained only as long as the drug is continued; maintenance treatment is often necessary in order to sustain achievements attained with pharmacotherapy alone; CBT for adult OCD has been shown to be at least as effective as pharmacotherapy; studies directly comparing relative and combined efficacy of CBT and pharmacotherapy have yielded equivocal findings; and concomitant pharmacotherapy does not appear to inhibit ERP treatment response and is not required for every patient to benefit substantially from ERP.

Journal of Psychopharmacology, 10 (4), 259–265. , and Davis, M. (2002) Facilitation of conditioned fear extinction by systemic administration or intraamygdala infusions of D-cycloserine as assessed with fear potentiated startle in rats. Journal of Neuroscience, 22, 2345–2351. , Higgitt, A. et al. (1994) Effects of concurrent diazepam treatment on the outcome of exposure therapy in agoraphobia. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 32, 203–215. Watson, D. A. (1984) Negative affectivity: The disposition to experience aversive emotional states.

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