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Psychotherapy can help a patient suffering from panic disorder via a two-pronged approach. First, engaging in psychotherapy with a clinical psychology professional will teach a patient coping mechanisms for dealing with attacks. Second, psychotherapy can help a patient find and recognize the reason for having anxiety in the first place. By uncovering the root cause of the disorder, patients are able to face their fears and potentially quell the anxiety altogether.
If you suffer from panic attacks or panic disorder, finding help is the key to enjoying life. The following articles, brought to you by Helping Psychology, discuss panic and anxiety disorders and treatment.
Social Anxiety Disorder
Generalized Anxiety Disorder: Diagnosis of the Week
Panic Attacks: Diagnosis of the Week
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