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(p. 45) Session 3 

(p. 45) Session 3
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(p. 45) Session 3
Author(s):

Edward J. Hickling

and Edward B. Blanchard

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195306071.003.0006
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date: 20 October 2020

Chapter 6 outlines session three of the PTSD treatment program, which introduces coping-self statements to be used in stressful situations (when preparing for stress, suddenly finding yourself in a stressful travel situations, and dealing with the aftermath of a stressful situation). Difficulties that commonly arise in returning to driving are explored, as well as situations that are typically avoided by motor vehicle accident survivors. In this session the client will develop a travel hierarchy, and will be introduced to exposure exercises. Muscle group relaxation is also further discussed.

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