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By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-- Explain three techniques for detecting and exposing anxiety.
-- Explain four concepts for coping with phobic conditions.
-- Explain two steps in successive approximations.
-- Explain three techniques to help clients accept reality.
-- Explain two steps in uncertainty training.
-- Explain the two steps to overriding obsessive anxiety.
-- Explain the three steps in the "Healing Hurts" technique.
-- Explain the second key to past redemption
-- Explain three coping tools regarding anxiety causing "if only's".
-- Explain five steps in Assertiveness Training through Role-Playing.
-- Explain three techniques your client can use to feel more in control of anxiety.
-- Explain a technique which can be implemented to help clients identify thoughts or the meaning behind specific events that contribute to anxiety.
-- Explain three ways of managing anxiety with humor.
-- Explain two categories of treatment goals for recovery.
-- Explain, ccording to Schaffer, what two factors that independently increase the frequency and degree of suicidal ideation among patients with a current major depression.
-- Explain the studies of families found concerning familial contribution to childhood anxiety disorders.
-- Explain hat school-based interventions using cognitive techniques with parental involvement have been found to reduce.
-- Explain what in Owen's study suggested the need for separate anxiety measurement norms for older men.
-- Explain what diagnostic group had the highest family disability score.
-- Explain in which category of anxiety Asian Americans reported having significantly more worries than Caucasians and African Americans.
-- Explain the purpose of cognitive-behavioral therapy in treating anxiety.
-- Explain what Peter's study showed concerning serum cholesterol levels in anxiety disorder patients, OCD patients, and control subjects.
-- Explain what Lesure-Lester's study concluded concerning dating competence and social assertion and social anxiety.
-- Explain what Singareddy's findings suggest about patients with pathological excoriations.
-- Explain, according to Morgan, why anxious and depressive patients make less accurate interpretations regarding bodily sensations during physical activity than healthy controls.
-- Explain under what circumstances separation anxiety is relabeled separation anxiety disorder.


"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."

This course belongs within NAADAC Counselor Skill Group 4, Counseling Services.