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The Fear of Being Seen: How to Treat Social Anxieties

(1 hour to 1/2-Day)

Participants will learn how to screen for social anxiety disorder, then how to design a cognitive-behavioral treatment approach, utilizing individual and group therapy.  Topics will include: clients flawed tasks goals and their underlying beliefs that drive social anxiety, distinguishing features of social anxiety treatment, tasks in the initial interview, paradoxical interventions, exposure simulations, cognitive restructuring, principles of group work, and homework procedures.

Build 1- or 2-Day trainings by combining any of our topics
(other topics can be designed for your needs)

For further information, contact:
Reid Wilson, Ph.D.
421 Bennett Orchard Trail
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
919-942-0700
rrw@med.unc.edu