Panic Disorder: Theory, Research and Therapy
Wiley, Feb 24, 1992 - Psychology - 364 pages
A comprehensive account of what panic is, where it comes from, and how to treat it. Four sections present a strong phenomenological introduction to panic, its classification, its etiology and treatment models. Offers numerous approaches to treatment--including practical clinical details--with cognitive therapies strongly recommended. Features a wealth of clinical descriptions and case studies.
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