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(p. 73) Thinking Processes Associated with Exposure Therapy 

(p. 73) Thinking Processes Associated with Exposure Therapy
(p. 73) Thinking Processes Associated with Exposure Therapy

Allen H. Weg

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date: 28 May 2020

Chapter 4 presents stories that can be used in treatment to reinforce ideas about what clients should be thinking when they engage in ERP work. Stories presented here address how one should be thinking about one’s relationship with OCD, and looks at how experiences with exposure itself can result in changes in one’s thinking about oneself and the disorder. The chapter also addresses the thought processes that can interfere with successful implementation of OCD treatment and the changes in thinking that the client has to work on in order to successfully implement a behavioral program.

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