Phobia: Putting Exposure into Practice

New Zealand

Experienced CBT therapist and trainer Dr. Colinda Linde offers an insightful and practical talk on treatment of phobia. Dr. Linde focuses on exposure as the key element of treatment, looking specifically at what makes exposure effective and how it should be implemented. In particular, Dr. Linde looks at the importance of identifying the specific, individual nature of the phobia for the client, so that treatment can be tailored accordingly and exposure hierarchies can be created in a collaborative manner.



                1. What is Phobia and Exposure?

                2. Therapist Factors and Exposure    

                3. Implementing Exposure & Case Studies

                4. Cynophobia and Exposure

                5. Conclusion


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