Exposure for Anxiety and PTSD - Center for Evidence Based Treatment Orange County DBT and CBT
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Exposure for Anxiety and PTSD

I am DBT therapist, and find it highly effective for the the populations which it is evidence-based for treating. If an individual with BPD has a co-occurring anxiety disorder, then an evidenced based exposure treatment must be used in addition to DBT. Also, for anxiety disorders, including OCD related disorder alone, I would use an evidence-based exposure treatment.

Here is an older article discussing exposure therapy and why a lot of therapists don’t use it: http://www.psychiatrictimes.com/anxiety/exposure-therapy-anxiety-disorders

18% of therapists have been trained in Prolonged Exposure for PTSD and 12% for other anxiety disorders. Marsha Linehan discusses in this video: