Psychotherapy with Patients with Anxiety Reactions

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The anxious patient may need advice and direction to reduce the ambiguity of cues which make it difficult for him to proceed. He may need to be helped to relax to reduce the psychophysiological concomitants of his anxiety. He may need discrimination training to identify the stimuli as well as his inappropriate responses to them, whether called interpretation or something else. (34 pp.)

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