Handbook of Exposure TherapiesEdited by
- David Richard
- Dean Lauterbach
Clinical and counseling psychologists. APA divisions 12,17,29,42,43,49 (27,000 members).
Hardbound, 464 Pages
Published: September 2006
Imprint: Academic Press
"The authors have succeeded admirably in producing a book that covers exposure therapy from its humble beginnings in behaviorism to its widespread use in anxiety disorders to its forward-thinking future in virtual reality. This book should be a powerful awakening for clinicians who have thus far neglected exposure therapy, but still leaves plenty of stimulating material for more seasoned therapists seeking to expand their use of exposure therapy." - Doody Enterprises, Inc.