Cognitive-Behavioral Hypnotherapy for Anxiety Disorders

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Abstract

The similarities and differences between cognitive behavioral hypnotherapy (CBH) and cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT) as treatments for anxiety disorders are discussed. CBH interventions such as relaxation procedures, cognitive restructuring, desensitization, flooding, self-hypnosis, and hypnotic regression are described. Case examples are presented to illustrate the application of each technique.

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