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Anxiety & Phobia Workbook 3RD Editionby Edmund J Bourne
Synopses & Reviews
Without a doubt, this is the book about overcoming anxiety and phobia most often recommended by therapists to their clients in the US. Since its first edition, this book has helped millions of readers. Whether a mental health professional has recommended this book to you or you've chosen it yourself to support a self-care program, this book will provide you with sound, reliable techniques for coping with problem anxiety and phobia. It includes detailed treatment outlines for each of the seven major anxiety disorders, comprehensive information about medications, and concise explanation of integrative approaches to anxiety management, including the use of popular herbs and supplements like St. Johnis wort, kava, and SAM-e. A must-read for anyone wrestling with anxiety or phobia, this book belongs in everyone's mental health library.
The Anxiety & Phobia Workbook was winner of the PMA's Benjamin Franklin Book Award for Excellence in Psychology.
A great resource for a holistic approach.
-Reid Wilson, author of Don't Panic
Extremely well done.
-Christopher McCullough, author of Outgrowing Agoraphobia
An immensely useful tool for therapists, this book will be of benefit for many years to come. An excellent investment.
-Images, the newsletter of Minnesota Society of Clinical Hypnosis
A new guide to overcoming anxiety features proven techniques for confronting and beating a wide variety of phobias, fears, and anxieties. Original. 50,000 first printing.
About the Author
Edmund J. Bourne, Ph.D., has specialized in the treatment of anxiety disorders and related problems for two decades. He has helped thousands of readers throughout the world. For many years, Dr. Bourne was director of the Anxiety Treatment Center in San Jose and Santa Rosa, California. He currently resides and practices in Kona, Hawaii, and in California.
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