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Short-term dynamic psychotherapy of phobic and mildly obsessive-compulsive patients

American Journal of Psychotherapy

Jul 1, 1985

P E Sifneos

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This paper reviews the psychodynamics of phobic and obsessive-compulsive symptoms of mild severity and describes the techniques of short-term anxiety-provoking psychotherapy which are used to treat phobic and mildly obsessive-compulsive patients. Academic phobias, a common difficulty en...read more

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Psychotherapy, Brief
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Phobia, Social
Phobic Anxiety Disorder
Balint Psychoanalytic Therapy
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Short-term dynamic psychotherapy of phobic and mildly obsessive-compulsive patients

American Journal of Psychotherapy

Jul 1, 1985

P E Sifneos

PMID: 4051052

DOI: 10.1176/appi.psychotherapy.1985.39.3.314

Abstract

This paper reviews the psychodynamics of phobic and obsessive-compulsive symptoms of mild severity and describes the techniques of short-term anxiety-provoking psychotherapy which are used to treat phobic and mildly obsessive-compulsive patients. Academic phobias, a common difficulty en...read more

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Psychotherapy, Brief
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Phobia, Social
Phobic Anxiety Disorder
Balint Psychoanalytic Therapy

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