Generalised Anxiety Disorder in Adults
Publisher: British Psychological Society 2011
Number of pages: 465
This clinical guideline sets out clear evidence- and consensus-based recommendations for healthcare professionals on how to treat and manage generalised anxiety disorder in adults. It presents and appraises the evidence for low- and high-intensity psychological interventions, drug treatment and other physical interventions, and also provides insight into the experience of care of people with generalised anxiety disorder.
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by Federico Durbano (ed.) - InTech
This book collects the contributions of a number of clinical psychiatrists all over the world, interested in developing basic research about anxiety and in applying it in clinical contexts. Each author summarized the clinical importance of his work.
by Vladimir Kalinin - InTech
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by Terry Dixon - Help-For
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