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Such referral problems in primary care indicate a need to treat the referring agents, such as general practitioners, as clients needing interventions – in this instance education about the referral process and the nature of problems relevant for help with CBT. Given the alternative of doing nothing, this seems the most appropriate and ethical option. Any attempt to reduce referral baggage, whether of etiquette, misinformation or other negative experience, is to be applauded. 1 Imagine you approached your general practitioner for help with a mental health difficulty and, with your agreement, you were referred to a CB practitioner.

G. pretending to look for something in the handbag to avoid interaction, or sitting near the exit in a crowded restaurant). Safety behaviours do not allow us to disconfirm our maladaptive assumptions. C A S E S T U DY Some friends asked Mary to join them for dinner at their house. Mary immediately thought ‘What if I get sick in front of them? That would be terrible. They will be disgusted and never want to be near me again. ’ Cognitive therapists term these thoughts Negative Automatic Thoughts (NATs), because they are involuntary and intrusive.

They had to walk to their car, drive to the centre of the town, get out of the car and walk to a lamppost visible from the car, reach a square at the end of the street, go to a crowded pedestrian precinct, walk through a mall, go to the bus stop and take the bus back to the starting point. Both habituation exposure and CBT exposure proved helpful. Nevertheless, CBT exposure was associated with greater improvement in anxiety, self-reported agoraphobia, agoraphobic cognitions and the frequency of panic attacks.

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