How can exposure therapy help with fears and anxiety?
— Exposure therapy can effectively rewire the brain to overcome fears and anxiety by gradually exposing oneself to feared situations, breaking down tasks into smaller steps, and building self-efficacy.
What is the key to making exposure therapy effective?
— The key to making exposure therapy effective is to do it gradually and consistently with the help of a therapist.
How can I create an exposure hierarchy?
— You can create an exposure hierarchy by rating fears from least to most scary and breaking them down into small steps to gradually confront them.
What is the best way to practice exposure therapy for anxiety?
— The best way to practice exposure therapy for anxiety is to gradually face anxiety-provoking situations, starting with small steps and working up to more challenging tasks.
How can I face my fears without avoidance?
— You can face your fears without avoidance by breaking down big scary tasks into smaller doses, building up support, and using self-regulation techniques.
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