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Cognitive behavioral therapy for social anxiety disorder reduces anxiety symptoms by changing negative thoughts, training the person's ability to deliberately direct attention away from fear-provoking stimuli, and by seeking exposure to the feared social situations.

Infographic displaying the ways cognitive behavioral therapy for social anxiety disorder reduces anxiety symptoms by changing negative thoughts, training the person’s ability to deliberately direct attention away from fear-provoking stimuli, and by seeking exposure to the feared social situations.

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