A case study is presented which describes the treatment of fear of flying, using several behavioral interventions. The procedures included a variant of self-desensitization, graded in vivo experiences, and the use of audio-tape recordings made by the client in the course of her real life approach behavior. The therapeutic effects of the client's listening to the recordings while relaxed are discussed in terms of presumptive language counterconditioning effects and modeling components.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Clinical Psychology