Self-help books / Panic disorder

Latest book

An End to Panic: Breakthrough Techniques for Overcoming Panic Disorder

by Elke Zuercher-White, Ph.D.  (Paperback, 208 pages, 2nd edition 1998)  This step-by-step guide to recovery from anxiety and panic disorder--the number-one mental health problem in America--offers state-of-the-art treatment methods that have helped thousands, plus simple, straightforward, and reassuring techniques that help guard against relapse.


How to Help Your Loved One Recover from Agoraphobia

by Karen P. Williams (Paperback, 207 pages, 1993)  This is the first book to help the sufferer's spouse, parent, child, sibling, or other relative or close friend.  You will learn what agoraphobia is, the best treatments available, how to offer emotional support, and how families can aid agoraphobics by forming a family support team.


Master Your Panic and Take Back Your Life!: Twelve Treatment Sessions to Overcome High Anxiety

by Denise F. Beckfield, Ph.D. (Paperback, 304 pages, 2nd edition, 1998)  This book features both cognitive-behavioral steps for change and a thorough discussion of the key emotional issues underlying panic. Dr. Beckfield provides step-by-step, easy-to-follow instructions and numerous case examples


Panic Attacks Workbook: A Guided Program for Beating the Panic Trick

By David Carbonell, Ph.D. (Paperback, 240pages, 2004)  The panic trick is highly effective and has drawn millions of people into panic attacks and phobias. But you can outsmart and beat this trick. Panic Attacks Workbook shows you how, with a step-by-step guide from panic to recovery. The proven methods in this book show how to identify the panic trick and empower you with the tools to address your fears and solve this debilitating problem.