Monday, February 20, 2012

About Panic Disorder: Counseling and Psychotherapy

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From Katharina Star, your Guide to Panic Disorder
Deciding to attend therapy for panic disorder can be a big step towards your recovery. Therapy does require a commitment of your time, energy, and resources. Find out more about how to get the most out of therapy, different types of psychotherapy, and ways to get past typical issues with getting psychological help.

Barriers to Getting Help for Panic Disorder
Psychotherapy can be an effective form of treatment for panic disorder. However, research has determined that only a fraction of people with anxiety disorders, including panic disorder, get the help they need for their condition. You may have found that there are many obstacles holding you back from getting the help you deserve. Learn more about these common barriers and ways to get past them.

Is Internet Counseling Right for You?
Internet-based counseling can also be an effective treatment option for panic disorder. In particular, online counseling can be very helpful for people who have agoraphobia or other fears that may be preventing them from getting to therapy. Learn more about internet counseling for panic disorder and decide of its right for you.

Getting the Most Out of Therapy
Attending therapy is only one part of the process. Therapy will also require a commitment of your time and energy outside of the sessions. Many times, you will be expected to practice new skills and behaviors between sessions. Learn how dedication and other strategies can help you get the most out of therapy.

Why Isn't Therapy Working?
Psychotherapy is one of the most popular treatment options for panic disorder. Many people with anxiety disorders have found it helpful to explore their thoughts and feelings while developing healthier behaviors through the guidance of a therapist. However, therapy is not effective for everyone. If you have tried therapy with little success, you may wonder why it didn't help you. Find out more about common reasons why therapy doesn't always work.


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