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Treating Generalized Anxiety Disorder: Evidence-Based Strategies, Tools, and Techniques

Jayne Rygh and William Sanderson, (paperback, 210 pages) Guilford, 2004.

Clear, highly organized and step-wise.  Structures are provided for each of the three targeted areas: cognitive, physiological and behavioral. Cognitive gets the most attention, with about 12 different protocols.  For those new to the treatment of GAD, client responses on two forms—the Worry Episode Log and the Rational Response Form—will give you ample material to work with over several sessions.