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Living with IT : a survivor's guide to panic attacks

By: Aisbett, Bev.
Publisher: Sydney Angus & Robertson 1993Description: 104 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.ISBN: 0207180407.Subject(s): ANXIETY | PANIC ATTACKS | SYMPTOMS | CAUSES | PHOBIAS | MANAGEMENT | SELF HELP SKILLS
Contents:
Does this look familiar? Recognising the symptoms : how panic works|What is IT? : the basic development of panic disorders|Housetraining your IT : emergency procedures for dealing with panic attacks|Walkies with IT : Dealing with phobias arising from panic disorder.|The physical IT : physical sensations vs fear signs|The thinking IT owner : changing negative thought patterns|Non-IT owners : other people's attitudes and needs|Owning your IT : the big questions|Recruiting an IT obedience instructor : seeking professional help|IT's back : dealing with setbacks|A final word
Summary: "In this refreshing and accessible guide, Bev Aisbett, a survivor of panic syndrome, tells us how panic disorders develop and ho to recognise the symptoms. With the aid of her inimitable cartoons, she covers topics such as changing negative thought patters, seeking professional help, and, ultimately, learning skills of recovery." - BOOK JACKET
List(s) this item appears in: Anxiety and teens with ID. Feb 2018 | Anxiety in adults. Dec 2018
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"In this refreshing and accessible guide, Bev Aisbett, a survivor of panic syndrome, tells us how panic disorders develop and ho to recognise the symptoms. With the aid of her inimitable cartoons, she covers topics such as changing negative thought patters, seeking professional help, and, ultimately, learning skills of recovery." - BOOK JACKET

Does this look familiar? Recognising the symptoms : how panic works|What is IT? : the basic development of panic disorders|Housetraining your IT : emergency procedures for dealing with panic attacks|Walkies with IT : Dealing with phobias arising from panic disorder.|The physical IT : physical sensations vs fear signs|The thinking IT owner : changing negative thought patterns|Non-IT owners : other people's attitudes and needs|Owning your IT : the big questions|Recruiting an IT obedience instructor : seeking professional help|IT's back : dealing with setbacks|A final word

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