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25 Credit Continuing Education Program
25 Credit Continuing Education Program

Exposure Therapy for Anxiety (Second Edition) - CE Program (BOOK & TEST) - 25 Credits/Hours

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A 25-credit, 200 question book-based CE program based on the book:

This program covers the fundamentals of exposure therapy, its history, and describes how and why it works with those who suffer from sometimes crippling fears and anxieties. The authors emphasize the importance of the therapist-client relationship, demonstrate how to create a treatment plan, and illustrate the specifics of the treatment protocol for the most common anxieties in society. Included is a discussion of the implications of combining medication with exposure therapy, the use of technology in exposure therapy, combining ACT with exposure therapy, and the risk-benefits of exposure therapy.

Target Audience
Psychologists | School Psychologists | Marriage & Family Therapists | Mental Health Counselors | Social Workers

Learning Level
Intermediate

Learning Objectives
  • Describe the history and evolution of using exposure therapy to treat clinical anxiety.
  • Explain the nature and development of clinical anxiety.
  • Identify the principles and goals of exposure therapy.
  • Explain the basics of developing a treatment plan for clinical anxiety.
  • Describe how to implement exposure therapy for animal-related fears.
  • Describe how to implement exposure therapy for environmental fears.
  • Describe how to implement exposure therapy for social fears.
  • Describe how to implement exposure therapy for contamination fears.
  • Describe how to implement exposure therapy for unwanted intrusive thoughts.
  • Identify bodily cues and health concerns involved in clinical anxiety.
  • Identify and describe exposure therapy for trauma-focused fear.
  • List blood-, injection-, and injury related stimuli.
  • Explain feelings of incompleteness, asymmetry, and “not-just-right” sensations.
  • Identify special considerations in the use of exposure techniques.
  • Apply exposure therapy in complex (co-occurring problems) cases.
  • Identify special considerations when using exposure therapy with children.
  • Explain the pros and cons of involving significant others in treating clinical anxiety with exposure therapy.
  • Identify the pros and cons of combining exposure therapy with medication.
  • Explain the methods for maintaining improvement after treatment.
  • Describe the possibilities available for using technology in exposure therapy for treating clinical anxiety.
  • Demonstrate how to combine Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) in conjunction with exposure therapy.
  • Identify the risk-benefit components of exposure therapy.

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