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(p. 49) Session 1: Treatment Rationale and Getting Acquainted 

(p. 49) Session 1: Treatment Rationale and Getting Acquainted
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(p. 49) Session 1: Treatment Rationale and Getting Acquainted
Author(s):

Anne Marie Albano

and Patricia Marten DiBartolo

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195307764.003.0003
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date: 28 May 2020

Chapter 3 presents an outline of the first session of the treatment program. The session includes assessments, and the development of a Fear and Avoidance Hierarchy (FAH). Group members are introduced, and ground rules are set for group participation. Group members share social situations that cause them anxiety, and the rationale for treatment is discussed.

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