By Lars-Göran Öst, Erik Skaret
The first publication to explain evidence-based therapy of dental phobia utilizing short CBT, in accordance with the pioneering single-session remedy for particular phobias constructed by way of Lars-Göran Öst.
- Brings jointly learn, adventure and strategies from scientific psychology and dentistry to explain evidence-based therapy of dental phobia in scientific and dental contexts
- Chapters describe epidemiology, prognosis and differential prognosis, indicators, medical features and effects, and aetiology of dental phobia
- Also covers similar matters together with intra-oral injection phobia, dental therapy of anxious young children, and using medicine to complement mental remedy of fear
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Dental Phobia and Anxiety by Lars-Göran Öst, Erik Skaret