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Introduction to Accommodation of Child Anxiety
From Addressing Parental Accommodation When Treating Anxiety in Children

Psychoeducation about Anxiety, Fear, and the Role of Exposure
From Personalized Exposure Therapy: A Person-Centered Transdiagnostic Approach

More Than a Feeling?: Application of Principles of Change to Treatment of Anxiety
From Principles of Change: How Psychotherapists Implement Research in Practice

The Real Relationship
From Psychotherapy Relationships that Work: Evidence-Based Therapist Contributions, Vol 1 (3e)

Stages of Change
From Psychotherapy Relationships that Work: Evidence-Based Therapist Responsiveness, Vol 2 (3e)

Training and Supervision in Psychotherapy Integration
From Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration (3e)

Understanding Sexual Obsessions
From Sexual Obsessions in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: A Step-by-Step, Definitive Guide to Understanding, Diagnosis, and Treatment

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JUNE 5, 2019

LGBTQ+ Pride Month

Oxford University Press is marking LGBTQ+ Pride 2019 with a selection of chapters, articles, and blog posts covering a wide range of perspectives and topics, from clinical psychology to social work.

MAY 1, 2019

Child and Adolescent Mental Health

A curated selection of free chapters across psychology and social work that highlight the importance of caring for every child and adolescent's mental health.

APRIL 1, 2019

New Titles Added

Six titles have been added to Oxford Clinical Psychology this month – take a look at what’s new!