Social Phobia

Diagnosis, Assessment, and Treatment

Edited by Richard G. Heimberg, Michael R. Liebowitz, Debra A. Hope, and Franklin R. Schneier

October 27, 1995
ISBN 9781572300125
Price: $69.00
435 Pages
Size: 6" x 9"

“The first volume to address the problems of social phobia from every conceivable facet—epidemiology, assessment, diagnosis, theory, research, and treatment....This volume offers hope for lifelong sufferers of social phobia and will be the standard definitive work for years to come.”

—Aaron T. Beck, University of Pennsylvania Medical Center

Social Phobia is an excellent, comprehensive introduction to this important subject and also provides an authoritative, up-to-date review of current knowledge and theories....It probably is the best text available on this topic at present.”

—Stanley Rachman, University of British Columbia

“A landmark, encyclopedic, astonishingly current book....The editors are at the forefront of the recent crescendo of scientific advances in this hitherto neglected area. Scientists investigating social phobia will find this a remarkable resource....It is required reading for all mental health professionals and students.”

—Donald F. Klein, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and New York State Psychiatric Institute