When Psychological Comorbidities Demand Flexibility: Treatment Adaptations for Youth Anxiety Disorders
Keywords:Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Generalized Anxiety Disorder, manualized CBT treatment, clinical supervision, clinical training, case study, clinical case study
The first author (LEP) is a third year clinical psychology doctoral student at the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP) at Rutgers University, working under the supervision of the second author (AQ) at GSAPP’s Anxiety Disorders Clinic, which the second author directs. As a fellow student clinician, the first author had a particular appreciation for Dr. Alexander Tice’s treatment of "Daniel" (2019), a client with a complex clinical presentation who appears to have greatly benefited from his treatment with Tice, under the supervision of Dr. Martin Franklin. Much of Tice’s experience applying theoretical principles to treating specific disorders, as well as finding a delicate balance between manual-based treatment and real-world clinical application of those manuals, reflects the experiences of the first author (LEP) as a cognitive-behavioral therapist working at a graduate student training clinic.
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