You’ve heard about exposure therapy. Maybe you’ve been interested in trying it out with patients, but you don’t know enough about the procedure, or you’re worried it could do more harm than good. This guide will give you an overview of why exposure therapy can be beneficial to your patients, how to get started, and where to learn more.
Articles by Cameron Mosley, MS
Cameron Mosley, MS, is a fifth-year doctoral candidate at Palo Alto University. She is currently completing her predoctoral internship at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. As a member of the Center for the Study and Treatment of Anxious Youth (CSTAY) research group, Cameron engaged in investigations of best practices for children and adolescents with anxiety disorders. She has clinical experience with a wide range of presentations within her specialty of child clinical and pediatric psychology. Additionally, Cameron’s interests include integrated health care and the role of psychologists in the new era of health care reform.
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