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(p. 109) Children Refusing School to Escape Aversive Social and/or Evaluative Situations 

(p. 109) Children Refusing School to Escape Aversive Social and/or Evaluative Situations
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(p. 109) Children Refusing School to Escape Aversive Social and/or Evaluative Situations
Author(s):

Christopher A. Kearney

and Anne Marie Albano

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195308303.003.0005
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date: 13 July 2020

Chapter 5 outlines sessions for children refusing school to escape painful social and/or evaluative situations. These sessions include psychoeducation, the construction of an anxiety and avoidance hierarchy, the identification, challenging, and changing of negative thoughts, behavioral exposures of increasing difficulty, and realistic thinking.

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