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Do Medications Matter in the Context of Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Panic Disorder?

Do Medications Matter in the Context of Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Panic Disorder?

Do Medications Matter in the Context of Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Panic Disorder?

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Do Medications Matter in the Context of Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Panic Disorder?
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To take this course, read the article, fill out the required information and submit your learning evaluation answers.

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Objective 1
1. Know the comorbid risks associated with panic disorder

Objective 2
2. Understand the results of combining cognitive behavioral therapy and different medications, in the case of panic disorder
Objective 3
3. Know the results of dose level on outcomes when cognitive behavioral therapy and medications are combined in treating panic disorder
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The American Academy of Clinical Psychology
on behalf of American Academy of Clinical Psychology

The American Academy of Clinical Psychology sponsors this distance learning course.

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This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • American Psychological Association
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    Exam Attempts: 3
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    Exam Pass Rate: 70

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This course is based on an article by Schmidt, Norman B. & Smith, Julia D.

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