Emotion-Focused Treatment for Panic Disorder

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The therapist works with a specific reaction, such as an unexplained panic attack, and encourages exploration of the stimulus and the process by which the reaction was triggered; the thoughts, images, and physical reactions associated with the reaction; and behavioral and/or cognitive coping responses that follow. In this process, the generalizability and broader relevance of the stimulus response and coping patterns are brought to light. (50 pp.)

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