It is estimated that somewhere around a third of people with anxiety disorders are unwilling to try exposure therapy. From their point of view, it seems too risky. Why would you do something that you are terrified about? It likely seems that doing an exposure would make the very thing they fear much more likely Read More
Category: Exposure and response prevention
Person-Centered or Exposure Therapy?
I don’t remember how long ago this was but sometime post-grad I was introduced to and trained in providing exposure and response prevention therapy (ERP). I really like the ‘idea’ of this treatment. Most psychotherapy has an intangible quality. It can be hard to measure its effect. I remember asking a friend of mine who Read More
Creative Exposures for Emetophobia
Anna and I have a lot of experience treating emetophobia. We know we are not the only ones. We would love to hear from other clinicians (and think it would be a great resource) about unique and effective exposures and/or eliminating safety behaviors. We have a great comment on the home page from Danielle that Read More