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(p. 184) Additional Resources 

(p. 184) Additional Resources
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(p. 184) Additional Resources
Author(s):

Stephen P. H. Whiteside

, Thomas H. Ollendick

, and Bridget K. Biggs

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190862992.003.0010
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date: 28 September 2020

This chapter discusses additional resources to aid therapists in the delivery of exposure therapy. The chapter begins with materials and sources specific to the delivery of exposure, including a session-by-session outline as well as further reading, training, and technology. Next, the chapter reviews resources for addressing other aspects of childhood emotional and behavioral problems that may co-occur with anxiety and that require other techniques, such as disruptive behavior, depression, and trauma. Finally, the chapter briefly discusses avenues for locating other practitioners with an interest or expertise in exposure for child anxiety, such as training through professional organizations.

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