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Freedom From Agoraphobia

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This is a premier program for overcoming Agoraphobia and Panic Disorder. It is written in everyday, conversational language for ease of reading and understanding. “Freedom From Agoraphobia” teaches highly successful and research-proven techniques from Cognitive, Behavioral and Psychodynamic therapies. Meditation is also explained and full instructions are provided.
This is a practical program that can be used with or without simultaneous medication treatment. … More >>

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  • A. Rhoads said:

    I loved this book – it was so well written! Out of all the books I have read on this topic, I must admit this one was the most accurate and easy to read of all them.
    Rating: 5 / 5

    • L. Beach said:

      I have had Agoraphobia since I was in the 3rd Grade; I remember having my first panic attack at the auditorium at the school gym. I have been through therapy, medication and several programs throughout my life. Freedom From Agoraphobia has been the only thing that has worked!!! Dr. Eisenstadt helps you to understand why you have panic, how to get rid of panic and all in an easy to read book. There were times I would laugh out loud with thoughts of him knowing what I was thinking. It is an amazing book, if you want freedom this is the way to it….
      Rating: 5 / 5

      • Mystro said:

        This book gives many tools for gettintg over this debilitating problem.

        Just reading the simple explinations of Panic/Agoraphobia will help put your mind at ease and direct you in the correct ways of mastering panic attacks. I highly recommend it.
        Rating: 5 / 5

        • Paul Tucker said:

          “…What if there was something far better than going through life hoping you would never have another panic attack?” Dr. Eisenstadt not only lets us in on what that might be but illuminates the various journeys we might take to that end and empowers us
          ach to fashion our own.
          These aren’t the musings a Mark Twain, Rush Limbaugh or Garrison Keelor on the subject, which as an aside, may be the only time those three names will ever appear in a single sentence. His language is simple and straight forward.
          Dr. Eisenstadt is manifestly a doctor of psychiatry but more to the point, a doctor in its original sense of ‘teacher’. He does not bombard us with magic bullets, esoteric rituals or charismatic psycho-buffoonery. Instead, he explains what is known and
          hat is not; things that might be done; with whom; using what; how they work, and how they might not … in a gentle, reasonable and compassionate voice.
          Thanks Mark, from a retired mental health counselor.
          Rating: 5 / 5

          • Anonymous said:

            Opening this book is like a breath of fresh air: the design is spacious, airy and inviting. The writing too seems designed to ease the reader from any anxiety toward a place of health. He draws on Cognitive therapy and Alanon principles, with many sensitive examples and exercises to try.

            I am a daughter of an agoraphobic mother and I know how much this is a family disease. I was looking for insight into this aspect and was so pleased that this is not dry and academic nor does it belittle the reader as many self help books do. There is much here for anyone who has bouts with panic attacks of any sort, including meditation instruction and a very compassionate voice.

            This book will make anyone who has come in contact with this disease feel more sane!
            Rating: 5 / 5

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