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Golden, W.L., Geller, E., & Hendricks, C. (1981). A coping – skills approach to flooding therapy in the treatment of test anxiety.  Rational Living,16, 17-20.

The results of this research study suggest that adding coping strategies, such as relaxation techniques and coping self-statements, enhance the effectiveness of traditional flooding therapy.

 

Golden, W.L. & Consorte, J. (1982). Training mildly retarded individuals to control their anger through the use of cognitive-behavior therapy techniques.  Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 13, 182-187.

Several case studies are presented where anger management techniques such as relaxation techniques and coping self-statements were employed in treating mildly retarded adults.

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Golden, W.L. (1983). Rational-emotive hypnotherapy: Principals and techniques.  British Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy, 1, (2), 47-56.

RET and hypnotherapy are integrated into a comprehensive approach.

 

Golden, W.L. (1983). Resistance in cognitive-behavior therapy.  British Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy, 1, (2), 33-42.

A cognitive-behavioral approach to preventing and overcoming resistance is described.

 

Golden, W.L. (1985). Commonalities between cognitive-behavior therapy and hypnotherapy.  The Cognitive Behaviorist, 7, 2-4.

The similarities between cognitive-behavior therapy and hypnotherapy are described.

 

Fried, R., & Golden, W.L. (1989). The role of psycho-physiological hyperventilation assessment in cognitive-behavior therapy.  Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy: An International Quarterly, 3, 5-14.

Several case studies are presented where hyperventilation was assessed and treated via cognitive-behavior therapy.

 

Golden W.L., & Gersh, W.D. (1990). Cognitive-behavior therapy in the treatment of cancer patients.  Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive-behavior Therapy, 8, 41-51.

Cognitive-behavior therapy is applied to the treatment of cancer patients.

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Golden W.L. (1994). Cognitive-behavioral hypnotherapy for anxiety disorders.  Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy: An International Quarterly, 8, 265-274.

The integration of cognitive-behavior therapy and hypnotherapy are described in the treatment of anxiety disorders.

 

Golden, W.L. (2007). Cognitive-behavioral hypnotherapy in the treatment of irritable-bowel-syndrome-induced agoraphobia. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis55, (2), 131-146.

The integration of cognitive-behavior therapy and hypnotherapy are described in the treatment of irritable-bowel-syndrome.

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Golden,W.L., (2012) Cognitive hypnotherapy for anxiety disorders. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis. 54, 4, 363-274.

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