Real World Applications of One-Session Treatment
Finding appropriate materials and a variety of stimuli for exposure and behavioral tests (e.g., dogs, snakes, bees, spiders, snails, elevators, enclosed places, costumed characters).
How to store animals and insects appropriately to keep them healthy and fresh for exposure work.
Assisted exposure (e.g., finding and engaging dog handlers, snake owners, etc.), cost, and time.
Exposure outside of the clinic: ethical issues and insurance coverage.
Reimbursement for the OST format (up to 3 hour instead of the 1 hours/week format).
KeywordsSpecific Phobia Exposure Treatment Primary Care Centre Treatment Room Booster Session
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