Evidence-Based Psychotherapy Treatment Planning for Social Anxiety DVD, Workbook, and Facilitator's Guide Set

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Inauthentic role-play scenarios, viewers are provided with vividexamples that illustrate how to use empirically supportedtreatments for social anxiety. In each scenario, a master therapistworks with a client diagnosed with social anxiety. The vignettesdemonstrate four evidence-based treatments for social anxiety:calming/coping strategies, cognitive restructuring, situationexposure, and social skill training. Each vignette is followed by acritique of the demonstration and helpful suggestions for clinicalpractice. ...

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Overview

Inauthentic role-play scenarios, viewers are provided with vividexamples that illustrate how to use empirically supportedtreatments for social anxiety. In each scenario, a master therapistworks with a client diagnosed with social anxiety. The vignettesdemonstrate four evidence-based treatments for social anxiety:calming/coping strategies, cognitive restructuring, situationexposure, and social skill training. Each vignette is followed by acritique of the demonstration and helpful suggestions for clinicalpractice. The DVD opens with a discussion of social anxiety anddiagnosing social anxiety. This is followed by an overview ofempirically supported treatments for social anxiety with a strongemphasis on how to incorporate their primary objectives andinterventions into the entire treatment plan. The six essentialelements of a treatment plan are discussed in a tutorial section onhow to create an effective and clear treatment plan that bringsbenefit to the client, the clinician, the agency, and theprofession. Other common interventions related to social anxietyare also discussed including childhood abuse and criticismexperiences, stage-of-change enhancement, reducing defensiveness,and anti-anxiety medication. In addition, common considerations inrelapse prevention as are examined.

 Afteryou watch this DVD you should:

  •          Know the process and criteria for diagnosing socialanxiety.
  •         Understand how empirically supported treatments for social anxietyhave been identified, what treatment approaches have beendesignated as empirically supported, as well as objectives andinterventions common to each identified treatment.
  •        Know common considerations in the prevention of relapse of socialanxiety, as well as empirically supported relapse preventionprograms for social anxiety.
  •         Know how to construct a treatment plan and empirically inform itwith results from psychotherapy research.
  •          Appreciatethe importance of therapeutic relationship factors in the deliveryof an empirically informed treatment plan

 Understandingand applying the information in this DVD will:

  •  Educateclinicians and administrators about well established empiricallysupported treatments for social anxiety
  •  Educateclinicians and students about how to construct a treatment plan andempirically inform it with results from psychotherapyresearch
  • Maximizethe likelihood of client improvement
  • Satisfyfunding sources — government, HMO, private insurance
  •  Enhancethe confidence of the care provider
  • Offer aclear direction for therapy without losing sight of therapeuticrelationship factors

 A corresponding workbook andfacilitator's guide -  containing full transcriptsof the vignettes, summaries of the key points covered in the DVD,and review questions -can be used in conjunction with the DVD aspart of a self-paced learning tool or a team collaborativetool.   

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Table of Contents

I. Introduction to Social Anxiety.

Diagnosing Social Anxiety.

II. Brief History of the Empirically Supported Treatment(EST) Movement.

III. Six Essential Elements of Treatment Planning.

Identify the Primary and Secondary Problems.

Describe the Problem's Behavioral Manifestation (often using DSMCriteria).

Arrive at a Diagnosis.

Define and Select Long Term Goals.

Define and Create Short Term Objectives.

Define and Create Therapeutic Interventions.

IV. An Overview of Empirically Supported Treatments (ESTs)for Social Anxiety.

Cognitive Therapy.

Identify Biased Thinking Patterns.

Develop Alternative Reality Based Thinking.

Participate in Behavioral Experiments as Homework.

Behavioral Therapy.

Overcoming Avoidance through Situational ExposureTechniques.

Social Skills Training.

Calming/Coping Skills Training (Relaxation, Thought Stopping,Attentional Refocusing).

V. Empirically Informing a Treatment Planning with ESTs forSocial Anxiety.

Using Research Evidence to Inform the Entire TreatmentProcess.

What are Your Client's Symptoms?

What are Common Long Term Goals for Treatment?

How Do ESTs Inform Short Term Objectives and TherapeuticInterventions?

Assessment Stage.

Psychoeducation Stage.

Treatment Stage.

Vignette Demonstrating Calming/Coping Strategies.

Critique of the Vignette Demonstration.

Vignette Demonstrating Cognitive Restructuring.

Critique of the Vignette Demonstration.

Vignette Demonstrating Situational Exposure.

Critique of the Vignette Demonstration.

Vignette Demonstrating Social Skills Training.

Critique of the Vignette Demonstration.

Other Common Treatment Approaches.

Childhood Abuse Experiences.

Childhood Criticism Experiences.

Stage-of-Change Enhancement.

Family/Conjoint Therapy to Reinforce Effort and Progress.

Anti-Anxiety Medication.

Common Considerations in Relapse Prevention.

Distinguish Between Lapse and Relapse.

Identify Early Warning Signs of Relapse.

Review Skills Learned in Therapy.

Develop a Plan for Coping with Challenges.

Application of Relapse Prevention to Social Anxiety.

VI. Summary and Closing.

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