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Overcoming the Fear of Fear by Margo C. Watt, Sherry H. Stewart

Overcoming the Fear of Fear

Description : Discusses the phenomenon called anxiety sensitivity, a fear of the physical symptoms that lead to anxiety, including its contribution to anxiety disorders and a treatment plan to conquer it.

Subtitle : How to Reduce Anxiety Sensitivity

Authors : Margo C. Watt, Sherry H. Stewart

Published Date : 2008

Publisher : New Harbinger Publications

ISBN : 9781572245587

Page : 205 Pages

Categories : Self-Help

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Filesize: 7 MB

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