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Section 12
Cognitive Therapy for Health Anxiety
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Taylor, S. & Asmundson, G., J. G. (2004). Treating Health Anxiety: A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach. New York, NY: The Guilford Press. 112-115.

Health Anxiety: Inflating
the Likelihood of Serious Disease

Trenoska Basile, V., Newton-John, T., & Wootton, B. M. (2022). Remote cognitive-behavioral therapy for generalized anxiety disorder: A preliminary meta-analysis. Journal of clinical psychology, 78(12), 2381–2395.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
Boswell, J. F., Iles, B. R., Gallagher, M. W., & Farchione, T. J. (2017). Behavioral activation strategies in cognitive-behavioral therapy for anxiety disorders. Psychotherapy, 54(3), 231–236.

Khattra, J., Angus, L., Westra, H., Macaulay, C., Moertl, K., & Constantino, M. (2017). Client perceptions of corrective experiences in cognitive behavioral therapy and motivational interviewing for generalized anxiety disorder: An exploratory pilot study. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 27(1), 23–34.

Maass, U., Kühne, F., Maas, J., Unverdross, M., & Weck, F. (2020). Psychological interventions for health anxiety and somatic symptoms: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Zeitschrift für Psychologie, 228(2), 68–80.

Newby, J. M., Smith, J., Uppal, S., Mason, E., Mahoney, A. E. J., & Andrews, G. (2018). Internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy versus psychoeducation control for illness anxiety disorder and somatic symptom disorder: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 86(1), 89–98.

Rask, C. U., Gehrt, T. B., Rimvall, M. K., & Frostholm, L. (2020). Health anxiety: Conceptualization and future directions. Zeitschrift für Psychologie, 228(2), 141–144. 

Weck, F., Nagel, L. C., Höfling, V., & Neng, J. M. B. (2017). Cognitive therapy and exposure therapy for hypochondriasis (health anxiety): A 3-year naturalistic follow-up. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology85(10), 1012–1017.

An explanation of the benign bodily changes and sensations sources may be most credible if the patient and therapist discuss how beliefs, emotions, and bodily changes and sensations are interconnected. What are some examples? To select and enter your answer go to Test.

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