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(p. 171) Using the UP in a Group Format 

(p. 171) Using the UP in a Group Format
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(p. 171) Using the UP in a Group Format
Author(s):

David H. Barlow

, Todd J. Farchione

, Shannon Sauer-Zavala

, Heather Murray Latin

, Kristen K. Ellard

, Jacqueline R. Bullis

, Kate H. Bentley

, Hannah T. Boettcher

, and Clair Cassiello-Robbins

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190685973.003.0015
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date: 30 March 2020

Chapter 15 of Unified Protocol for Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders: Therapist Guide looks at providing the UP treatment in a group format. Benefits of group therapy (such as efficiency, patients supporting one another) are discussed. Although the authors always intended for the UP to be a treatment that could be used in either an individual or group format, most of the studies to date have looked at how the UP works in an individual format. Therefore, the authors are still learning the best way to teach the strategies in a group format. Some recommendations for how to adapt the UP for a group format are provided. These look at structure, treatment rationale, flexible application of the UP model, and conducting emotion exposures in a group format.

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