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Book Reviews and Bookstore -  Anxiety

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How to Control Anxiety Before It Controls You
by Albert Ellis    Hardcover - 256 pages (October 1998)
Albert Ellis, the founder of Rational Therapy, presents a cognitive approach to dealing with anxiety. He uses case examples, and draws on his years of experience in describing how to control anxiety. This book is helpful, and well worth reading, if you are having anxiety problems.

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Anxiety Disorders and Phobias : A Cognitive Perspective
by Aaron T. Beck, Gary Emery (Contributor), Ruth L. Greenberg
Paperback - 368 pages Reprint edition (December 1990)
This book is intended for professionals, and clearly describes the cognitive therapy approach with anxiety disorders. It is an excellent clinical resource, and should be in the library of every mental health professional treating anxiety.   

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Don't Panic : Taking Control of Anxiety Attacks
by R. Reid, Phd Wilson. Paperback - 400 pages Revised edition (August 1996)
Dr. Wilson presents a self-help program for dealing with panic attacks.  He provides advice on coping with the psychological and physical characteristics of panic attacks, and provides information about self-monitoring and self-control. Psychologists have found this book to be a useful self-help book to assist people who are experiencing panic attacks.

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The Relaxation Response
by Herbert, M. D. Benson, Miriam Z. Klipper (Contributor). Mass Market Paperback - 222 pages Reissue edition (August 1990)
The Relaxation Response is a simple way to teach yourself how to reduce the negative effects of stress. The skills taught in this book can help you to cope better with stress. Recommended by many mental health professionals.

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Beyond the Relaxation Response : How to Harness the Healing Power of Your Personal Beliefs
by Herbert, Dr. Benson, William Proctor. Mass Market Paperback Reprint edition (April 1994)
This book combines the relaxation response with the healing power of mental strategies, beliefs and other cognitive factors. Well worth reading.

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