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(p. 141) Session 6: Imaginal Exposure Continued and Awareness of High-Risk Thoughts 

(p. 141) Session 6: Imaginal Exposure Continued and Awareness of High-Risk Thoughts
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(p. 141) Session 6: Imaginal Exposure Continued and Awareness of High-Risk Thoughts
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/9780199334537.003.0008
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date: 23 September 2019

This chapter describes session 6 of the COPE therapy. The therapist will be guided in this chapter on how to address ‘hot spots.‘ Finally, the therapist will be guided on how to teach patients ways to increase their awareness and understanding of high-risk thoughts for using alcohol or drugs. The chapter reviews common high-risk thoughts for using (including PTSD-related thoughts), such as escape, crisis, relaxation, nostalgia, and testing control.

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