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(p. 33) Session 3: Developing the In vivo Hierarchy and Craving Management 

(p. 33) Session 3: Developing the In vivo Hierarchy and Craving Management
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(p. 33) Session 3: Developing the In vivo Hierarchy and Craving Management
Author(s):

Sudie E. Back

, Edna B. Foa

, Therese K. Killeen

, Katherine L. Mills

, Maree Teesson

, Bonnie Dansky Cotton

, Kathleen M. Carroll

, and Kathleen T. Brady

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199334513.003.0005
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date: 16 November 2019

Chapter 5 discusses session three of the COPE treatment program, which details the development of the in vivo exposure hierarchy and craving management. The patient will construct a hierarchy of exposure exercises based on the discomfort that each exercise will cause them using a subjective units of distress scale (SUDS). Strategies for managing cravings are also presented, such as avoiding triggers, distraction, focusing on negative consequences, and challenging your thoughts.

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