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Gillian Butler

In: Research in Counselling and Psychotherapy: Practical Applications

Chapter 4: Research and Practice in the Treatment of Complex Anxiety Disorders: Developing More Effective Treatments

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Research and Practice in the Treatment of Complex Anxiety Disorders: Developing More Effective Treatments
Research and practice in the treatment of complex anxiety disorders: Developing more effective treatments
GillianButler

The series of research studies described in this chapter has contributed both to the development and to the evaluation of psychological treatments for more complex anxiety disorders. Two research threads have been constantly intertwined. One of them focuses on finding out more about cognitive processes in anxiety states and the other on evaluating specific methods of treating anxiety. The two are closely related to each other, and the findings of each inform the other, the results of every study providing new information as well as a source of new hypotheses to test, either in clinical practice or using ...

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