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Handbook of Child and Adolescent Anxiety Disorders

Comprehensive text on anxiety disorders among children and adolescents. Reviews assessment, case conceptualization, and treatment planning processes and other complex issues. Designed as a companion text for DSM-5 to provide detailed overviews of anxiety disorders within pediatric populations and developmental considerations.

Anxious: Using the Brain to Understand and Treat Fear and Anxiety

Written by leading researcher of fear and anxiety, Joseph LeDoux presents the neuroscience behind anxiety disorders, their etiologies, and effective treatments. This book provides the latest research and challenges to understanding human emotional experiences, responses to threatening stimuli, and the efficacy of medication on anxiety disorders. Dense with scientific data, this book is written for clinicians who want a new perspective of one the most commonly endorsed clinical issues of our time.

The Handbook of Assessing Variants and Complications in Anxiety Disorders

An essential reference for clinicians interested in assessing more complex issues of anxiety, this book presents the latest research on assessment methods and applies them to common complicating factors, including comorbid personality and behavioral problems. Includes innovative approaches to assessment of anxiety in children and adults, insightful exploration of relevant topics (e.g., school refusal, self-injurious behaviors), and critical examination of the strengths and weaknesses of commonly used assessment tools.

Addressing Parental Accommodation When Treating Anxiety in Children (ABCT Clinical Series)

This book is a practical guide that explores the practical and pragmatic aspects of addressing parental accommodation within the context of a broader treatment strategy. Written in a concise and readable format, this book presents addressing accommodation as a stand-alone parent-based treatment intervention while also discussing other evidence-based CBT practices.

Family-Based Treatment for Young Children with OCD: Therapist Guide (Treatments That Work)

Clinicians looking for more in-depth guidance on incorporating family and parents within OCD treatment for young children (ages 5-8) will gain great tools and recommendations through this book. Centered on ERP practice, this guide presents an OCD treatment program that can be tailored to the child’s age and developmental level. It also provides psychoeducation for the family and a set of tools for the management of OCD.

Treating OCD in Children and Adolescents: A Cognitive Behavioral Approach

This book offers a framework for helping children (ages 6-18) overcome OCD using evidence-based CBT techniques. Clinicians will learn tools to engage children and their parents in treatment and implement individualized CBT interventions, with a focus on ERP.

Exposure Therapy for Anxiety: Principles and Practice

Clinicians can refer to this text as their primary guide to the practice of exposure therapy. Presented in an easy-to-understand format, readers will learn the theoretical and empirical foundations of exposure therapy and how to implement it within treatment transdiagnostically using clear examples and case illustrations. Includes excellent recommendations for specialized assessment and treatment planning techniques.

Freedom from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: A Personalized Recovery Program for Living with Uncertainty

This book is a great introduction to OCD that explains the process of OCD assessment and treatment in a highly approachable and easily digestible format. Using real case studies, easy-to-follow instructions and examples, and some tough love, this book provides an honest look into the mind of the OCD sufferer and helps them make sense of their own thoughts and behaviors, engage in frank self-evaluation, and learn ERP skills to build strong motivation and tools for recovery.

The Imp of Mind: Exploring the Silent Epidemic of Obsessive Bad Thoughts

Combining the latest research with his own extensive clinical experience, Dr. Baer examines the topic of obsessive bad thoughts in an honest, frank, and eye-opening way. Using the metaphor of the “mischievous imp”, he leads the reader through the root causes of bad thoughts, why they become out of control, and how to distinguish between harmless and dangerous bad thoughts. Also provides a clear guideline for treating OCD symptoms using effective, evidence-based skills. The combination of information and strategies helps reduce the shame attached to these unpleasant, frightening thoughts by normalizing the presence of intrusive thoughts and increases the OCD sufferer’s ability to confront and conquer their OCD.

Randomized clinical trial of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) versus acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) for mixed anxiety disorders

Comprehensive text on anxiety disorders among children and adolescents. Reviews assessment, case conceptualization, and treatment planning processes and other complex issues. Designed as a companion text for DSM-5 to provide detailed overviews of anxiety disorders within pediatric populations and developmental considerations.

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