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Phobics and other panic victims a practical guide for those who help them by Janice N. McLean

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Published by Continuum in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Phobias.,
  • Panic disorders.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementJanice N. McLean and Sheila A. Knights ; foreword by William Van Ornum ; preface by Arthur B. Hardy.
SeriesThe Continuum counseling series
ContributionsKnights, Sheila A.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC535 .M394 1989
The Physical Object
Pagination179 p. ;
Number of Pages179
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2210277M
ISBN 10082640507X
LC Control Number89032776
OCLC/WorldCa19887434

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  Five (%) of the 21 phobics and none of the nonphobics gave a past history of other phobia. Gender, pain location, and pain severity were similar in phobics and nonphobics. Fears were predominantly specific for RVA and, with the exception of three RVA survivors, panic occured exclusively in . Phobics resort to various techniques to get through the day. They carefully craft routes. They learn relaxation breathing methods. They develop their own secret weapons to help ward off panic or. Panic symptoms experienced during one frightening event become linked with exaggerated thoughts and feelings, which themselves attach to other events. Using Peurifoy's guiding principles, the victim learns to sidestep conditioned behavioral and cognitive responses.   As a result of having examined approximately agoraphobes and panic victims over many years, the INPP has discovered that most of these have failed to respond to the various therapies of choice or been recidivists, and the INPP's ‘Screening Questionnaire’ has provided sufficient indication of an underlying CNS dysfunction.