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Overview

Overcoming Shyness and Social Phobia provides a detailed program for eliminating social anxieties based on the latest cognitive behavioral treatments for social phobia. A Jason Aronson Book

Presents 4 case studies of stress-related problems faced by a large segment of the population; checklists; solutions etc

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Editorial Reviews

Andrew R. Eisen
Dr. Rapee educates, coaches, and guides those who struggle with shyness or social anxiety toward the achievement of a more comfortable ifestyle. His writing is clear and accessible, and his integrative lessons are based on the latest outcome research. Mental health professionals will find the program an indispensable resource for facilitating behavior change in their clients.
Robert L. Leahy
Offering useful tools for confronting the fears that inhibit millions of people experiencing problems related to shyness or social anxiety, this is a practical, concise self-help guide. The reader will learn ways to think and act differently and will be able to challenge and defeat the negative and unrealistic assumptions that limit personal growth.
Debra A. Hope
Given that social phobia is the third most common mental disorder (after depression and alcoholism), Dr. Rapee's book is a must for every clinician's library. Mental health professionals can recommend it with confidence, since all of the strategies are firmly grounded in two decades of empirical research. The case examples make the strategies come alive. Readers can work systematically through the nine lessons to conquer social fears on their own or they can use the book in conjunction with ongoing therapy for social phobia. Congratulations to Dr. Rapee on an excellent, timely contribution!
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Product Details

Meet the Author

Ronald M. Rapee is associate professor in the Department of Psychology, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia. Dr. Rapee has published extensively in international journals in the areas of child and adult anxiety and has wrotten and edited several books.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Lesson 1. Motivation and Self Control Chapter 2 Lesson 2. Understanding Shyness and Social Phobia Chapter 3 Lesson 3. Thinking Realistically I Chapter 4 Lesson 4. Thinking Realistically II Chapter 5 Lesson 5. Training Your Attention Chapter 6 Lesson 6. Reality Testing Chapter 7 Lesson 7. Getting Feedback and Improving Performance Chapter 8 Lesson 8. Taking Stock Chapter 9 Lesson 9. Special Topics

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