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CBT for Appearance Anxiety: Psychosocial Interventions for Anxiety due to Visible Difference
Alex Clarke, Andrew Thompson, Nichola Rumsey, Elizabeth Jenkinson, and Rob Newell
Wiley / Softcover / Dec 2013
9781118523421 (ISBN-10: 1118523423)
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
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304 pages
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This clinical manual provides a CBT-based psychosocial intervention for use with individuals distressed about their appearance due to a disfigurement from birth, accident or illness, or those coping with another visible difference.


Contains a wealth of case material with specific relevance to physical health conditions that affect appearance, practical advice on assessment, and session-by-session guidance for addressing common issues
Written by leading academics and clinicians working in the management of disfigurement and rational appearance anxiety
Uses a flexible stepped-care model that allows for use by experienced CBT practitioners as well those wishing to deliver a more basic psychological intervention
Identifies the psychological factors involved in appearance anxiety while also addressing the practical concerns of living with a visible difference, such as managing the reactions of others

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