ABCT is pleased to offer the growing archive of "Fact Sheets" listed below.
Fact Sheets provide an introduction to the disorder, its symptoms, and likely treatment approaches (with a particular emphasis on cognitive and behavioral strategies).
If you are interested in learning more about how a therapist might work with you or a family member to solve problems and improve the quality of life, please consult our fact sheet,
What to Expect From Therapy and
Guidelines for Choosing a Therapist.
If you are interested in submitting an idea for a Fact Sheet not included above please contact David Teisler with details!
The Fact Sheets are produced as part of team partnership.
An expert or experts in the field being discussed drafts text to cover elements of the disorder: what's it like, what problems occur because of it, what can be done to help the person, and how likely is it that the person's life might improve.
It goes through a review process with other therapists plus a professional editor during which time we check for facts, make sure that pertinent information is there, and, sometimes, rewrite it so that it is accessible to the broadest possible audience.
To see who has helped write our most recent fact sheets, click here