Intervention in an Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder with exam anxiety, obsessions and compulsions

Cristina Lancha, Miguel Ángel Carrasco

Abstract


In this lines we describe the functional analysis, the explanatory hypothesis and the intervention design in a case of a 32 year-old subject with an obsessive-compulsive personality disorder, exam anxiety, obsessions and compulsions. The therapy lasted 33 sessions. It consisted of a groupt of cognitive-behaviourist tecniques. The ones that seemed to be the most successful were the exposure with prevention of response, cognitive restructuration and coping skills training. The results of the intervention assessed with pretest and postest mensurements, as well as other clinical indicatives showed the remission of the symptoms and a significant improvement of the patient.


Keywords


Obsessive-Compulsive disorder; exam anxiety and intervention



DOI: https://doi.org/10.5944/ap.2.2.530

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