Post a description and evaluation of three cognitive-behavioral interventions that have been found to be effective with a specific disorder. Justify your selection with evidence of empirical support and be sure to explain why you chose each intervention based on the underlying conceptualization of the problem in question. Then briefly state how, as a psychologist, cognitive-behavioral therapies “fit” or resonate for you.
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