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Transtheoretical and transdiagnostic models in the treatment of anxiety


This text explores a comprehensive and contemporary approach to addressing anxiety, focusing on the concepts of transtheoretical diagnoses and transdiagnostic treatments. The complexity of anxiety and the need to consider multiple dimensions, such as biological, behavioral, cognitive, systemic and spiritual factors, are recognized. The importance of making a complete diagnosis that includes the patient’s personal history is highlighted and the relevance of a multidimensional treatment that combines psychoeducation, relaxation techniques and verbal therapy is underlined


transtheoretical, transdiagnostic, clinical anxiety, integration