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  1. Overcoming Shyness and Social Phobia: A Step-by-Step Guide (Clinical Application of Evidence-Based Psychotherapy) by Ronald M. Rapee, 1998-02-01
  2. The Anti-Anxiety Workbook: Proven Strategies to Overcome Worry, Phobias, Panic, and Obsessions (The Guilford Self-Help Workbook Series) by Martin M. Antony PhD, Peter J. Norton PhD, 2008-12-19
  3. Overcoming Animal & Insect Phobias: How To Conquer Fear Of Dogs, Snakes, Rodents, Bees, Spiders & More by Martin M. Antony, Randi E., Ph.D. McCabe, 2005-06
  4. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Social Phobia in Adolescents: Stand Up, Speak Out Therapist Guide (Programs That Work) by Anne Marie Albano, Patricia Marten DiBartolo, 2007-04-12
  5. Freeing Your Child from Anxiety: Powerful, Practical Solutions to Overcome Your Child's Fears, Worries, and Phobias by Tamar E. Chansky, 2004-03-30
  6. Phobias (Perspectives on Diseases and Disorders) by Gena Metcalf, 2008-08-06
  7. The Mindfulness and Acceptance Workbook for Anxiety: A Guide to Breaking Free from Anxiety, Phobias, and Worry Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy by John P. Forsyth, Georg H. Eifert, 2008-01-02
  8. Overcoming Specific Phobias - Therapist Protocol: A Hierarchy & Exposure-Based Protocol for the Treatment of All Specific Phobias (Best Practices Series) by Edmund J. Bourne, 1998-08
  9. Phobias And How To Overcome Them: Understanding And Beating Your Fears by Art Bell Ph.D, 2008-08-27
  10. Social Phobia: From Shyness To Stage Fright by John D. Marshall, 1995-05-19
  11. Help! I Think I'm Dying! Panic Attacks & Phobias: A Consumer's Guide to Getting Treatment That Works by Abbot Lee, MD Granoff, 1996-01
  12. Anxiety, Phobias, & Panic: A Step-by-Step Program for Regaining Control of Your Life by Reneau Z. Peurifoy, 1995-09-01
  13. How to Stop Anxiety & Panic Attacks: A Simple Guide to using a specific set of Techniques to Stop Panic Attacks, Agoraphobia, Social Phobia, Fear of Driving or Flying and Stress by Geert Verschaeve, 2010-08-16
  14. Overcoming Panic, Anxiety, & Phobias: New Strategies to Free Yourself from Worry and Fear by Shirley Babior, 1996-01

21. NLP, Neuro Linguistic Programming Training And Hypnotism With Paul McKenna
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24. A Complete List Of Phobias
Phobia is an intense, persistent, or abnormal fear of certain object. Here is a complete list of phobia names based on the fear objects.
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25. Curing Fear, Phobias, Anxiety Panic Attacks
Cure your fears, phobias, anxiety or panic attacks. Dr. Fear, Dr. Liebgold is here to help.

What are phobias? A phobia is an excessive or unreasonable fear of an Simple phobias are fears of specific things such as insects, infections, flying.
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What are phobias? A phobia is an excessive or unreasonable fear of an object, place or situation. Simple phobias are fears of specific things such as insects, infections, flying. Agoraphobia is a fear of being in places where one feels "trapped" or unable to get help, such as in crowds, on a bus, or standing in a queue. A social phobia is a marked fear of social or performance situations. Phobias are extremely common. Sometimes they start in childhood for no apparent reason; sometimes they emerge after a traumatic event; and sometimes the develop from an attempt to make sense of an unexpected and intense anxiety or panic (e.g. "I feel fearful, therefore I must be afraid of something"). When the phobic person actually encounters, or even anticipates being in the presence of the feared object or situation, s/he experiences immediate anxiety. The physical symptoms of anxiety may include a racing heart, shortness of breath, sweating, chest or abdominal discomfort, trembling, etc. and the emotional component involves an intense fear - of losing control, embarrassing oneself, or passing out. Commonly people try to escape, and then to avoid the feared situation wherever possible. This may be fairly easy if the feared object is rarely encountered (e.g. fear of snakes) and avoidance will not therefore restrict the person's life very much. At other times (e.g. agoraphobia, social phobia) avoiding the feared situation limits their life severely. Escape and avoidance also make the feared object/situation more frightening.

27. Dr Jack
Dr Jack Gibson provides help to stop smoking and to cure phobias using hypnotism.



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Welcome to Dr. Jack Gibson St. David's Castle Naas, Co. Kildare, Ireland Tel: + Fax: Dr. Gibson here, I have now retired from surgery but during that time I saw a need for hynosis in hospitals and performed over 4,000 procedures. In some cases the patients needed an emergency or life saving operation but couldn't have an anaesthetic because they had eaten or had a drink and it was during this time I realised the importance of hypnosis. I have 30 tapes on various phobias or psychsomatic diseases which I hope will benefit you and help you get over them. If you would like to email me of your phobia or condition, I can advise you on the corresponding tape Relaxology is a method of deep relaxation as an alternative to drugs and anaesthetics - and he has performed over 4,000 operations without anesthetic using this method.

28. Useful Information On Phobias And Panic
Useful Information On phobias And Panic (posted by Hopkins Technology) It may help you. phobias AND PANIC ANXIETY DISORDERS

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30. How Phobias Work: How Phobias Are Constructed And How Phobias Are Maintained
Learn how phobias are constructed and how phobias are overcome.
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How Phobias Work The Cure Other Treatments Tools Maybe you know about Pavlov's dogs. Ivan Pavlov fed his dogs and rang a bell whenever dinner was served. After a while, just ringing the bell would get the dogs to salivate - their bodies would act as if they were about to get fed. A bell (stimulus) actually caused automatic biological and emotional responses! Let that sink in for a moment... Even though it isn't logical to salivate at the sound of a bell the dogs would do it. Phobias work the same way for us. Some biological response (fear for instance) has been tied to some "trigger" or stimulus (usually as a result of some emotionally charged incident.) This stimulus can be just thinking about the situation. In other words, the way a person thinks about getting on an airplane can have profound affects on his biology. These thoughts can cause the triggering of a variety of feelings - including fear and panic. Although it's often not this simple, here's one way it can happen. Let's say somebody snuck up behind you and said "boo" and you just happened to be looking at the letter "L". Even though you're not consciously aware of what's going on, whenever you see this letter your unconscious mind could refer back to that earlier situation and get that scared feeling back. It has made the association between "L" and that feeling.

31. EMDR Institute, Inc.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. Clinical treatment that has successfully helped individuals who have survived trauma, including sexual abuse, domestic violence, and those suffering from depressions, addictions, and phobias. Offers training programs, workshops, and retreats.
"EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy has emerged as a procedure to be reckoned with in psychology....Almost a million people have been treated .... Also, further research appears to support the remarkable claims made for EMDR therapy."
Reported in The Washington Post, July 21, 1995 "Where traditional therapies may take years, EMDR takes only a few sessions."
Reported in The Stars and Stripes, February 12, 1995 "New type of psychotherapy seen as boon to traumatic disorders."
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32. NMHA MHIC Factsheet: Anxiety Disorders - Phobias
The National Mental Health Association (NMHA) is the country’s oldest and largest nonprofit organization addressing all aspects of mental health and mental
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    Phobias E veryone feels anxious or uneasy from time to time. Your first day on a new job, planning for a long trip, going to the dentist....your palms sweat, you feel shaky, your heart pounds. Some anxiety helps to keep you focused on the job at hand. However, when your anxiety is so serious that it interferes with your work, leads you to avoid certain situations or keeps you from enjoying life, you may be suffering from a form of the most common type of mental disorder, an anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorders are not just a case of "nerves." You can’t overcome an anxiety disorder just through willpower, nor can the symptoms be ignored or wished away. These disorders cause you to feel anxious most of the time, making some everyday situations so uncomfortable that you may avoid them entirely. Or, you may experience occasional instances of anxiety that are so terrifying and intense that you may be immobilized with fear. Although these conditions can be very frightening and disabling, they are also very treatable. It is important to recognize the symptoms and seek help.

33. PsychOptions
Online counseling, therapy, and support for depression, anxiety, loss, pet loss, grieving, phobias, eldercare and aging, cancer and chronic illness, emotional trauma, chronic pain, and stress. Email or telephone contact.

34. Phobias -
phobias are persistent irrational fears. People can be scared of everything from heights to open spaces to social situations.

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36. Anxiety, Fears, And Phobias
Experiencing and dealing with anxieties can prepare young people to handle the unsettling experiences and challenging situations of life.

Everyone, from the youngest child to the oldest adult, experiences anxieties and fears at one time or another. Feeling anxious in a particularly uncomfortable situation never feels very good. However, with children, such feelings are not only normal, they're also necessary. Experiencing and dealing with anxieties can prepare young people to handle the unsettling experiences and challenging situations of life. Anxieties and Fears Are Normal
Anxiety is defined as "apprehension without apparent cause." It usually occurs when there's no immediate threat to a person's safety or well being, but the threat feels real. Anxiety makes a person want to escape the situation - fast. The heart beats quickly, the body might begin to perspire, and "butterflies" in the stomach soon follow. However, a little bit of anxiety can actually help people stay alert and focused. Having fears or anxieties about certain things can also be helpful because it makes kids behave in a safe way. For example, a kid with a fear of fire would avoid playing with matches. The nature of anxieties and fears change as children grow and develop:
  • Babies experience stranger anxiety, clinging to parents when confronted by people they don't recognize.

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38. Phobias
A phobia is strong fear of something. Find out more in this article for kids.
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"Come on, Marisa!" all of the fifth graders yelled from inside the big elevators. "Hurry up, don't you want to get to the top?" Marisa looked glum and thought to herself, "Of course I want to get to the top - that's why I came on this field trip." But when she glanced back at her friends, she felt jealous - how come none of them were terrified of riding in the elevator? "I'm OK," she said as brightly as she could. "I'll take the stairs and meet you there." When she realized how many stairs that would be, Marisa wasn't too happy. But she breathed a sigh of relief knowing that she wouldn't have to take that scary elevator ride. What's a Phobia?
A phobia (say: fo -bee-uh) is the fancy name for a fear. But a phobia isn't just any kind of fear. It's normal for kids to be afraid of things - like taking a hard test at school , passing a growling dog on the street, or hearing a huge clap of thunder. A phobia is different because it is an extremely strong fear of a situation or thing. It is also a kind of fear that doesn't go away. A kid who has a phobia will be afraid of something every time he or she sees or experiences it. She won't just be afraid once or twice. Kids who have phobias often go out of their way to avoid the situation or thing that scares them. That's why Marisa had to take the stairs. She has a phobia of being in closed-in spaces and was too scared to take the elevator. Sometimes, when a kid has a phobia and is forced to face what makes her scared, she may get very nervous and have a panic attack.

39. Fears & Phobias - How To Deal With Them
Using NLP to manage your phobias.
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What is a phobia Special fear of flying section Common phobias How to deal with phobias ... Our Phobia Poll Fears and phobias limit our ability to get the most from life. In some cases they can prevent us living even a relatively normal life. In all cases we can overcome them - not necessarily with 'treatment' but through learning how to manage our own thoughts and feelings.
What is fear?
We feel fearful when we believe we do not have the ability to cope with something. This fear may be grounded in reality, as when we fear being knocked down by a car when trying to cross a busy road. Or the fear may be irrational as when we fear a tiny harmless spider. Many of our fears are a mix of reality and misinterpretation of our ability to cope. When there is a large degree of of misinterpretation it is likely that it is a phobia rather than a fear.
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