In this highly practical and accessible book, Jonathan Abramowitz and Autumn Braddock present a model of health anxiety and hypochondriasis, grounded in the most up-to-date clinical science, that incorporates physiological, cognitive, and behavioral process. They also offer a step-by-step guide to assessment, conceptualization, and psychological treatment that is derived from this model and integrates strategies for psychoeducation, cognitive therapy, behavioral therapy (exposure and response prevention), and dealing with resistance to treamtment. The book also addresses motivational problems and other common obstacles in treating individuals with health anxiety and is packed with illustrative clinical examples and therapist-patient dialogues. Sample forms and handouts are also provided. This volume is thus an essential resource for students and researchers in behavioral medicine and health psychology, and for anyone working with patients in hospitals, primary care settings, academic medical centers, and freestanding mental health clinics.