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(p. 105) Session 6: Autogenic Training / Coping I 

(p. 105) Session 6: Autogenic Training / Coping I
(p. 105) Session 6: Autogenic Training / Coping I

Frank J. Penedo

, Michael H. Antoni

, and Neil Schneiderman

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date: 26 January 2021

Chapter 8 outlines the sixth treatment session of the CBSM program. This session introduces autogenic training for relaxation, including the importance of passive concentration, imagery suggestions, and tips for practice. The stress management module discusses coping, controllable vs uncontrollable aspects of a situation, problem-focused vs emotion-focused coping, active vs passive approaches to coping, and methods to help participants identify their own personal coping styles and processes.

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