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By David H. Barlow, Timothy A. Brown

Utilizing circumstances taken from the authors' case records or from case documents of alternative operating clinicians, this casebook portrays the wealthy and arresting nature of issues as they're displayed in actual humans. situations illustrate each significant DSM-IV classification and are by way of a remedy final result part which provides the "rest of the story" of what occurred to those consumers. The authors draw on an incredibly present and thorough database, examine the a number of explanations of problems, and include developmental and cultural matters in each one case. complicated instances are incorporated and not using a analysis to provide scholars a chance to come back up with diagnoses on their lonesome.

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After returning from a night of drinking with some of his friends. Just after awakening at 4:30, he had suddenly felt stomach pains and a pulsating sensation in the back of his neck. All of a sudden, he noticed that his heart was racing, too. He immediately leaped off the sofa. ” John recalled that he “staggered” out the door to get some fresh air. Once outside, he began pacing and scratching the back of his neck and head in an effort to reduce his sensations. Although he did not know what he was suffering from, John was certain that he was dying.

Occasionally, patients who are assigned to independently carry out exposure practices flee the situation as soon as they experience a high level of anxiety. Besides preventing them from becoming less fearful of the situation, fleeing may make confronting the situation even more difficult in the future because patients had previously fled the situation with extreme anxiety. In addition to increasing the likelihood that the patient’s exposures are completed in a therapeutic fashion, exposure assisted by the spouse may have certain advantages.

This “self-medicating” only complicated his condition. As with most patients who successfully overcome their alcohol dependence, John’s anxiety disorder was just as or even more severe than it was before he began drinking excessively (Chambless, Cherney, Caputo, & Rheinstein, 1987). Despite his history of alcohol dependence, John was fortunate not to have any additional disorders at the time of his treatment. His lack of comorbidity (presence of more than one diagnosis in the same person) is of note because most research studies have found that anxiety disorders rarely present in isolation.

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