Cognitive-Behavioral treatment is getting more aggressive. Participants will learn how to divide and conquer: to interrupt anticipatory anxiety and then to manage physical symptoms using cognitive strategies, pattern disruption, exposure and interceptive exposure, peeling away their ever-present safety crutches and, the second order change of seeing panic disorder as a mental game.
The educational objectives are listed.
To describe the therapeutic function of encouraging symptoms of panic.
To list five types of interceptive exposure that can be conducted in the treatment office.
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