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Overcoming Panic and Agoraphobia

Talks with Your Therapist
Length: 1 hr and 5 mins
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Summary

In this series of talks, clinical psychologist and panic disorder expert Dr Vijaya Manicavasagar explains how panic and agoraphobia develop, what prolongs them, and presents strategies for dealing with and preventing panic attacks and associated agoraphobia in the future.

This series of six talks includes:

  • Panic attacks, panic disorder, and other problems associated with panic
  • Lifestyle factors and other triggers
  • Dealing with panicky feelings
  • Overcoming avoidance
  • Starting to face your fears and keeping motivated
  • The road to recovery: maintaining progress and dealing with setbacks
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    Very insightful and useful book

    This is the 1st book I have ever started to read to deal with my panic disorder. I bought book to help identify the smaller symptoms and triggers of my panic attacks. This book was very easy to follow and helped me identify many triggers that I didn't even know contributed to the attacks. The techniques it suggests are simple to follow and im feeling confident in challenging myself to overcome this illness. I will be highly recomending this to friends who have similar experiences to me.