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“Few truly great books on psychotherapy have been published, and this is one of them. When Panic Attacks tells you how to deal with all kinds of anxiety and with most other emotional problems. It is clearly and charmingly written.”
—Albert Ellis, Ph.D, founder of the Albert Ellis Institute and bestselling author of A Guide to Rational Living
“Another masterpiece from the author who helped millions help themselves with Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy. Dr. Burns’s elegant writing style, compassion, and humor translate powerful psychotherapy methods into accessible, practical, and helpful tools for the vast number of individuals who struggle with anxiety.”
—Henny Westra, Ph.D., associate professor and director of the York University Anxiety Research Clinic
david d. burns, m.d. is an adjunct clinical professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the Stanford University School of Medicine and has served as Visiting Scholar at Harvard Medical School. He conducts lectures and workshops throughout the United States and Canada for healthcare professionals and for the general public and has received numerous media and research awards. His bestselling book, Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy, has sold more than four million copies worldwide and is the book most often recommended by American and Canadian mental health professionals to patients suffering from anxiety and depression.See all Editorial Reviews
One of my best friends was suffering from panic attacks. I read the reviews of this book and then had it sent to him. He told me it has helped him immensely. What a blessing.Published 27 days ago by Bookworm 93103
Solid information. Very helpful and practical.
Personally, i think the daily mood log can be revised and shortened; i found the whole 'writing every single emotion down... Read more
The book was somewhat helpful, although I felt it had moments of unnecessary redundancy.Published 1 month ago by Obsessexpress
I recommend this for my patients. Lots of useful exercises and tips to manage anxiety.Published 2 months ago by Sonoran Woman
This book has a ton of useful strategies for those who suffer with anxiety or panic attacks!Published 2 months ago by Lindsay A