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(p. 73) Session 2: The Cognitive-Behavioral Model of Social Anxiety Disorder 

(p. 73) Session 2: The Cognitive-Behavioral Model of Social Anxiety Disorder
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(p. 73) Session 2: The Cognitive-Behavioral Model of Social Anxiety Disorder
Author(s):

Anne Marie Albano

and Patricia Marten DiBartolo

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195307764.003.0004
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date: 23 October 2020

Chapter 4 outlines the second treatment session, which focuses on the cognitive-behavioral model of social anxiety disorder. The three-response system model of anxiety is presented, and group members are encouraged to share the goals that they have for the treatment program, and examine the symptoms and cues associated with their anxiety.

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