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25 CE credits/hours, 200 questions
Psychologists | School Psychologists | Marriage & Family Therapists | Mental Health Counselors | Social Workers
- Describe the history and evolution of using exposure therapy to treat clinical anxiety.
- Explain the nature and development of clinical anxiety.
- Identify the principles and goals of exposure therapy.
- Explain the basics of developing a treatment plan for clinical anxiety.
- Describe how to implement exposure therapy for animal-related fears.
- Describe how to implement exposure therapy for environmental fears.
- Describe how to implement exposure therapy for social fears.
- Describe how to implement exposure therapy for contamination fears.
- Describe how to implement exposure therapy for unwanted intrusive thoughts.
- Identify bodily cues and health concerns involved in clinical anxiety.
- Identify and describe exposure therapy for trauma-focused fear.
- List blood-, injection-, and injury related stimuli.
- Explain feelings of incompleteness, asymmetry, and “not-just-right” sensations.
- Identify special considerations in the use of exposure techniques.
- Apply exposure therapy in complex (co-occurring problems) cases.
- Identify special considerations when using exposure therapy with children.
- Explain the pros and cons of involving significant others in treating clinical anxiety with exposure therapy.
- Identify the pros and cons of combining exposure therapy with medication.
- Explain the methods for maintaining improvement after treatment.
- Describe the possibilities available for using technology in exposure therapy for treating clinical anxiety.
- Demonstrate how to combine Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) in conjunction with exposure therapy.
- Identify the risk-benefit components of exposure therapy.
Statement of Understanding (downloadable/printable)
"Exposure Therapy for Anxiety" - Final Exam Questions (downloadable/printable)