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Don't Panic Third Edition: Taking Control of Anxiety Attacks (Newest Edition) Paperback – January 27, 2009
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This excellent guide offers help to those who suffer from panic anxiety. Part 1 discusses panic-like symptoms and their relation to both physiological and psychological disorders, while Part 2 recommends ways to eliminate or reduce those symptoms. As the book explains, psychological panic disorder is the body's emergency response, inappropriately triggered by a faulty belief system, to a situation perceived as threatening. Sufferers are given the tools to restore calm, including the means to develop an internal "supportive observer" that can assess the situation more accurately, provide alternative courses of action, and draw attention away from negative, self-defeating thoughts. For therapists as well as their clients. Bonnie Hoffman, C.S.W., North Fork Counseling Service, Mattituck, N.Y.
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About the Author
Psychologist Reid Wilson, Ph.D., is an internationally recognized specialist in the treatment of panic and anxiety disorders and the coauthor of Stop Obsessing: How to Overcome Your Obsessions and Compulsions. He is in private practice in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and is an associate clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine.
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Mary from Wisconsin
This book was recommended to me and I am so happy that I got it. This book is actually a pleasure to read because it is quite informative without any of the boring factor. I had read about 100 pages before realizing just how many pages I had read - reader friendly.
It is full of useful information and pertinent data to anyone suffering with Panic Disorder or knows someone who is.
The contents of this book are divided into 4 parts:
1.- Identifying the Problem
2.- The Nature of Anxiety Attacks
3.- Don't Panic Live: Your Moment-by-Moment Strategies
4.- Support When You Need It
I would definitely recommend this book because I feel it is a very helpful asset in one's tool box when dealing/coping with Panic. It not only helps you understand but also helps you!
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