Anxiety Disorders

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  1. Book ImageTransforming Negative Self-Talk: Practical, Effective Exercises

    Steve Andreas

    A toolkit of practical strategies for managing intrusive, negative self-talk and how you respond to it.More

  2. Book ImageSacred Therapies: The Kundalini Yoga Meditation Handbook for Mental Health

    David Shannahoff-Khalsa

    A simplified version, for consumers, of yoga protocols for optimal mental health.More

  3. Book ImageThe Polyvagal Theory: Neurophysiological Foundations of Emotions, Attachment, Communication, and Self-regulation

    Stephen W. Porges

    A collection of groundbreaking research by a leading figure in neuroscience.More

  4. Book ImageAnxiety Disorders: The Go-To Guide for Clients and Therapists

    Carolyn Daitch

    A comprehensive and accessible book on anxiety for clients and therapists alike.More

  5. Book ImageClinical Pearls of Wisdom: 21 Leading Therapists Offer Their Key Insights

    Michael Kerman

    Often when you attend conferences you overhear people telling their colleagues about the most exciting workshops they have attended. Even if it was a day-long workshop, people seem to be able to summarize the best nuggets of information they picked up.More

  6. Book ImageChild Anxiety Disorders: A Family-Based Treatment Manual for Practitioners

    Bryce D. McLeod, Jeffrey J. Wood

    With over 10% of all children meeting the criteria for an anxiety disorder, these disorders are among the most common psychiatric problems experienced by schoolage kids, and can significantly interfere with their family and peer relationships and their performance at school.More

  7. Book ImageBiological Bases of Clinical Anxiety

    Barry N. Burijon

    Anxiety disorders are the single most common psychiatric condition, affecting 13­–18% of the population.More

  8. Book ImageThe Anxious Brain: The Neurobiological Basis of Anxiety Disorders and How to Effectively Treat Them

    Steven M. Prinz, Margaret Wehrenberg

    Therapists and their clients benefit from understanding how anxiety is generated in the brain, how it can become panic or unbounded worry, and ultimately how the brain re-establishes the neurochemical balance that is basic to a state of well-being.More

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