I Think They Think . . .
Overcoming Social Phobia
Copyright Year 2007
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This compelling video provides crucial information--and new hope--for people struggling with the isolation, loneliness, and frightening physical symptoms of social phobia. Dr. Ronald M. Rapee and Dr. Lisa Lampe show in step-by-step detail how cognitive-behavioral treatment can provide the skills sufferers need to feel more comfortable in social situations and live fuller, happier lives. Including inspiring first-hand accounts from patients, the program brings to life the entire process of recovery.
Ronald M. Rapee, PhD, is Professor in the Department of Psychology, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.
"There is no substitute for seeing actual clients discuss their experiences of social phobia and panic. These well-produced videos do an excellent job of bringing these fears to life and offer a realistic view of what it means to overcome them. Shown as an adjunct to treatment, the programs will give clients a very helpful sense of how real people have overcome similar difficulties. The videos will also bring text and lecture material to life for undergraduate- and graduate-level students. Beginning therapists and practitioners new to this approach will find a useful, jargon-free overview of theory and treatment procedures." --Debra A. Hope, PhD, Department of Psychology and Director, Anxiety Disorders Clinic, University of Nebraska-Lincoln