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(p. 25) Psychoeducation: Etiology of Social Anxiety and Beginning to Monitor Progress 

(p. 25) Psychoeducation: Etiology of Social Anxiety and Beginning to Monitor Progress
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(p. 25) Psychoeducation: Etiology of Social Anxiety and Beginning to Monitor Progress
Author(s):

Debra A. Hope

, Richard G. Heimberg

, and Cynthia L. Turk

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190247591.003.0003
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date: 25 February 2020

The primary purpose this chapter is to finish presentation to the client of the cognitive–behavioral therapy (CBT) model, with a discussion of the etiology and maintenance of social anxiety. Clients vary on how much they want to know about some of the details; however, nearly everyone asks about etiology at some point in treatment. This chapter includes the beginning of monitoring progress using the Social Anxiety Session Change Index (SASCI). From this point in therapy forward, at the beginning of each session, clients complete the SASCI. The chapter is an opportunity to reinforce the basics of the CBT model.

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