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(p. 143) Session 10: Imaginary Exposure to Cues 

(p. 143) Session 10: Imaginary Exposure to Cues
(p. 143) Session 10: Imaginary Exposure to Cues

Victor G. Carrión

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date: 23 October 2020

Exposure therapy begins during session 10, in which the youth is challenged to imagine the cues selected during session 9 and to use the tools developed throughout the course of treatment to reduce the anxiety. The child learns that cues are nonthreatening and that responses to them can be changed. Although all cues are practiced, those more salient than others are prioritized. Strategies for adapting the exposure therapy to the youth’s experience and facilitating the imaginative exposure are described.

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