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In systematic desensitization (SD), relaxation training is followed by gradual (usually imaginary) exposure to the feared stimuli starting with the least feared.

Case studies of this treatment are given in Sze and Wood (2007, 2008), with anxiety targets ranging from intrusive thoughts (worries and obsessions) to separation anxiety, social avoidance at school, and compulsive behaviors.

Case studies of this treatment are given in Sze and Wood (2007, 2008), with anxiety targets ranging from intrusive thoughts (worries and obsessions) to separation anxiety, social avoidance at school, and compulsive behaviors. After securing the client’s willingness to proceed and agree to treatment, help your client to identify anxiety-provoking or triggering situations.

Systematic desensitization therapy may help some people living with trauma, anxiety, and phobias. The first is the case of Albert reported by Watson and Rayner (1920).

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