Volume 11, Issue 4 (1982)
The Use of Cognitive Relabeling as a Coping Skill in the Treatment of a Case of Social/Evaluative Anxiety
Anthony P. Pantaleno
School psychologists at the secondary level are often faced with a wide range of counseling referrals for which they have received no specific training. While the individual psychologist may have acquired expertise in a circumscribed area of interest (e.g., suicidal adolescents), it is quite a demanding task to counsel students on problems ranging from “normal” identity issues through serious interest in cults, and the myriad crises in between.
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