Social Anxiety Disorder

by Karen Rowa, Martin M. Antony

Series: Advances in Psychotherapy – Evidence-Based Practice - Volume 12

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Social Anxiety Disorder
ISBN: 9780889376021
2025, viii/100 pages
Due October 2024
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Updated edition on the science and treatment of social anxiety disorder

  • Revised to include the latest research and practice
  • Includes a detailed case example
  • Downloadable handouts for clinical practice

This 2nd edition exploring social anxiety disorder (SAD) in the Advances in Psychotherapy series incorporates the latest theory and research on its presentation, prevalence, assessment, and treatment. The authors expertly guide mental health or healthcare professionals at any level of experience through the models for understanding this common psychological disorder, how to select the best assessment measures, and why and how cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) has the strongest evidence base. The different CBT techniques are explored in detail, with concrete tips for practitioners, and illustrations of client cases bring theory and practice alive. Cultural differences in the presentation of social anxiety and the impact of this on assessment and treatment are highlighted, as are other adaptations to these techniques when working with diverse populations. A detailed case study is provided, outlining the presentation and course of treatment for a client with SAD. Downloadable handouts for clinical use are available in the appendix.

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