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  1. Monsters Under the Bed and Other Childhood Fears: Helping Your Child Overcome Anxieties, Fears, and Phobias by Stephen W. Garber Ph.D., Robyn Freedman Spizman, et all 1993-05-11
  2. Extreme Fear, Shyness, and Social Phobia (Series in Affective Science)
  3. Children With School Phobia (Child Psychology) by Cyma J. Seigel, Waln K. Brown, 2010-01-07
  4. Social Phobia: Alleviating Anxiety in an Age of Self-Promotion by Donald Capps, 2010-04
  5. How to Conquer Your Fears, Phobias and Anxieties: Stop Running Scared by Herbert Fensterheim, 1977-01-25
  6. Conquering Math Phobia: A Painless Primer by Calvin C. Clawson, 1991-12-24
  7. 30day BootCamp to Eliminate Fears & Phobias: Change Your Thought Process, Gain Self-Confidence and Believe in Yourself by Kristen L. Baker, 2008-09-16
  8. Triumph Over Fear: A Book of Help and Hope for People with Anxiety, Panic Attacks and Phobias by Jerilyn Ross, 1995-05
  9. Rae: My True Story of Fear, Anxiety, and Social Phobia (Louder Than Words) by Chelsea Swigget, 2010-08-02
  10. Overcome Fears & Phobias by Glenn Harrold, 2002-06-21
  11. Cognitive-Behavioral Group Therapy for Social Phobia: Basic Mechanisms and Clinical Strategies by Richard G. Heimberg, Robert E. Becker, 2002-06-15
  12. The Hell of Social Phobia by Terry Cunningham, 2005-03-01
  13. Freedom From Fear: Overcoming Anxiety, Phobias and Panic by MD Howard Liebgold, 2009-12-17
  14. School Phobia, Panic Attacks and Anxiety in Children by M¿rianna Cs¿ti, 2003-07-15

61. MSN Encarta - Phobia
Psychiatrists recognize three major types of phobias. Simple phobias are fears of specific objects or situations such as animals, closed spaces,
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Encyclopedia Article Multimedia 2 items Phobia , intense and persistent fear of a specific object, situation, or activity. Because of this intense and persistent fear, the phobic person often leads a constricted life. The anxiety is typically out of proportion to the real situation, and the victim is fully aware that the fear is irrational. Phobic anxiety is distinguishable from other forms of anxiety only in that it occurs specifically in relation to a certain object or situation. This anxiety is characterized by physiological symptoms such as a rapid, pounding heartbeat, stomach disorders, nausea, diarrhea, frequent urination, choking feelings, flushing of the face, perspiration, tremulousness, and faintness. Some phobic people are able to confront their fears. More commonly, however, they avoid the situation or object that causes the fear—an avoidance that impairs the sufferer's freedom. Psychiatrists recognize three major types of phobias. Simple phobias are fears of specific objects or situations such as animals, closed spaces, and heights. The second type, agoraphobia, is fear of open, public places and situations (such as public vehicles and crowded shopping centers) from which escape is difficult; agoraphobics tend increasingly to avoid more situations until eventually they become housebound. Social phobias, the third type, are fears of appearing stupid or shameful in social situations. The simple phobias, especially the fear of animals, may begin in childhood and persist into adulthood. Agoraphobia characteristically begins in late adolescence or early adulthood, and social phobia is also associated with adolescence.

62. **Snow's Silly Facts!**
Collection of silly facts organized by subject, including crime, food, laws, phobias and history.

63. MSN Encarta - Phobias Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Fear?
Brontophobia, one of the more common phobias, describes an obsessive fear of One of the most common phobias is agoraphobia, an irrational fear of what?
Web Search: Encarta Home ... Upgrade your Encarta Experience Search Encarta Quiz Phobias Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Fear? A phobia is an exaggerated, persistent, and overpowering fear of ... well, just about anything. From knees to vegetables to otters, the subjects of these intense fears are irrational by definition. Their names, however, are quite rational; most are derived from Greek or Latin. So dust off that classics dictionary and find out just how much you know about fear. A person who suffers from dendrophobia has a persistent, abnormal, and irrational fear of what? a) Trees b) Dentists or dental work c) Nerve damage or nerve pain Aviophobia is also known as which of the following? a) Fear of birds b) Fear of flying c) Fear of lizards or other reptiles Brontophobia, one of the more common phobias, describes an obsessive fear of what? a) Dinosaurs or dinosaur bones b) Suffocation or lung malfunction c) Thunder and lightning A xenophobe possesses an overpowering fear of what? a) Foreigners b) Things that glow in the dark c) Things that are yellow An arachibutyrophobic is obsessively terrified of what?

64. Carol Boulware, Ph.D.
Treats depression, anxiety disorders, panic attacks, phobias, sexual abuse, chronic pain and PTSD, using psychotherapy, EMDR and TFT. Marriage counseling, sex therapy, divorce and trauma recovery. Individuals and couples.

65. Specific Phobias Page At CARD
Information on ongoing research, assessment, and treatment programs for sufferers of anxiety and related disorders.
Many people experience specific phobias, intense, irrational fears of certain things or situationsdogs, closed-in places, heights, escalators, tunnels, highway driving, water, flying, and injuries involving blood are a few of the more common ones. Phobias aren't just extreme fear; they are irrational fear. You may be able to ski the world's tallest mountains with ease but panic going above the 10th floor of an office building. Adults with phobias realize their fears are irrational, but often facing, or even thinking about facing, the feared object or situation brings on a panic attack or severe anxiety. Specific phobias strike more than 1 in 10 people. No one knows just what causes them, though they seem to run in families and are a little more prevalent in women. Phobias usually first appear in adolescence or adulthood. They start suddenly and tend to be more persistent than childhood phobias; only about 20 percent of adult phobias vanish on their own. When children have specific phobiasfor example, a fear of animalsthose fears usually disappear over time, though they may continue into adulthood. No one knows why they hang on in some people and disappear in others. Marked and persistent fear that is excessive or unreasonable, cued by the presence or anticipation of a specific object or situation (e.g., flying, heights, animals, receiving an injection, seeing blood).

66. Center For Anxiety And Stress Treatment
Anxiety? Stress? Panic? phobias? Worry? Our resources can help you manage and regain control of your life. Find out how we can help you reduce stress, become free from panic attacks and get on the road to a happier, healthier life.
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    : New Strategies to Free Yourself from Worry and Fear - Babior, LCSW and Goldman, LICSW, Whole Person Press, 1996.
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    A 10-Week Recovery Program for Overcoming Panic, Anxiety and Phobias Babior, LCSW and Goldman, LICSW - Whole Person Press, 1997.
    This manual presents specific strategies for a variety of anxiety disorders and stress management. Adaptable for individual or group therapy, worksite lectures, workshops - Babior, LCSW and Goldman, LICSW, Whole Person Press, 1996.
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67. Phobias And Fears | Hypnosis
phobias and fears are common over 10% of people experience a simple phobia at some time. From elevators, spiders and birds, to heights, dentists and open

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Phobias and fears are common - over 10% of people experience a simple phobia at some time. From elevators, spiders and birds, to heights, dentists and open spaces, there is nothing we can't develop anxiety or phobias about. Happily, hypnosis provides an extremely effective cure for these problems as it provides the opposite of anxiety - deep relaxation - while teaching the mind a different way of responding to the feared object or situation.
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Brief Description Fear of Rejection Fear of rejection or abandonment can ruin good relationships. Agoraphobia Gently re-educate your unconscious mind to be comfortable with new situations.

68. PHOBIAS: Overcome Phobias In Just 24 Hours At The Phobia Clinic™...
phobias The Phobia Clinic™ helps people quickly overcome any Phobia, Fear or Anxiety. phobias page is the place to start the path to a cure.

69. 'How-to' Information And Techniques For Anger, Anxiety, Panic, Fear And Phobias
How to deal with anxiety, anger, fear, panic, phobias, stress practical information and techniques.
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Search this site The Mind-Body Health site is maintained by Reg Connolly of Pegasus NLP Trainings as a source of free, practical information and (mainly) NLP-based techniques to empower yourself and improve your health, happiness and communication skills Anger The 'mechanics' of anger, how we get into the anger habit, and how to release yourself from the anger/temper habit Anger Poll Anger workshop The Short Fuse Workshop is back - Fears Phobias Panic Attacks Information about Fear of Flying and many common phobias and panic attacks and self-help tips on what to do about phobias NLP therapy or coaching for phobias Phobia Poll How the mind and body interact, how our thoughts cause our stress, plus practical tips on dealing with anxiety and stress. Links to all of the practical tips and self-help methods on this site - including breathing methods and Buteyko Breathing Newsletter The Pegasus newsletter - free NLP-based Caution!

70. Phobia Clinic: End Fear Of Public Speaking, Fear Of Flying, Stage Fright
Our master list of phobias catalogs over 1300 phobias. All phobias are ultimately the same fear and flow from the same root cause.
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At Change That’s Right Now our mission is to help people improve their lives by removing the fears, anxieties and phobias that keep them from reaching their true potential. We help people with all phobias, from Ablutophobia to Zoophobia , but our most common cases are fear of public speaking fear of flying , and stage fright performance anxiety . See how we can help you.
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A February 2001 Gallup poll found that 40% of adults have a fear of public speaking . Comedian Jerry Seinfeld once said that at a funeral, must people would rather be in the casket than giving the eulogy.

71. Hypnosis, Hypnotherapy, And Hypnotherapists - Introduction - What Is Hypnosis
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72. Anxiety & Phobias - Help Is At Hand
Help is at Hand Anxiety phobias - The Royal College of Psychiatrists.

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Introduction Anxiety is a normal human feeling. We all experience it when faced with situations we find threatening or difficult. People often call this feeling stress but the word 'stress' can be used to mean two different things - on the one hand, the things that make us anxious and on the other, our reaction to them. This makes it a confusing word and so it will not be used in this leaflet. When our anxiety is a result of a continuing problem, such as money difficulties, we call it worry , if it is a sudden response to an immediate threat, like looking over a cliff or being confronted with an angry dog, we call it fear Normally, both fear and anxiety can he helpful, helping us to avoid dangerous situations, making us alert and giving us the motivation to deal with problems. However, if the feelings become too strong or go for too long, they can stop us from doing the things we want to and can make our lives miserable. A phobia is a fear of particular situations or things that are not dangerous and which most people do not find troublesome.

73. Pet Education Fear Of Thunderstorms And Noise Phobias
Examines treatment of noise phobias including counter conditioning and desensitization.

74. Mental Health Information - The Royal College Of Psychiatrists
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76. Fighting Phobias, The Things That Go Bump In The Mind
A phobia is an intense, unrealistic fear of an object, an event, or a feeling. An estimated 18 percent of the US adult population suffers from some kind of
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by Lynne L. Hall From 50 yards away, you see the animal approaching. Silently it watches you as it slinks ever so much closer with each padded step. Stay calm, you tell yourself. There's nothing to fear. But suddenly, panic seizes you in a death grip, squeezing the breath out of you and turning your knees to Jell-O. Your heart starts slam-dancing inside your chest, your mouth turns to cotton, and your palms are so sweaty you'd swear they'd sprung a leak. You'd escape this terrifying confrontation, if only you could make your legs work! Just what is this wild and dangerous animal making you hyperventilate and turning your legs to rubber? A man-eating tiger, hungry for a meal? A lioness bent on protecting her cubs? Guess again. That's Tabby, your neighbor's ordinary house cat, sauntering your way. Ridiculous, right? How can anyone experience so much fear at the sight of such an innocuous animal? If you're one of the thousands who suffer from galeophobiathe fear of catsor any one of hundreds of other phobias, sheer panic at the appearance of everyday objects, situations or feelings is a regular occurrence. Irrational Fears A phobia is an intense, unrealistic fear of an object, an event, or a feeling. An estimated 18 percent of the U.S. adult population suffers from some kind of phobia, and a person can develop a phobia of anythingelevators, clocks, mushrooms, closed spaces, open spaces. Exposure to these trigger the rapid breathing, pounding heartbeat, and sweaty palms of panic.

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78. Phobias
phobias. Center for Anxiety and Related Disorder. Boston University. Complete List of phobias Mayo Clinic National Mental Health Association page.html
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However avoiding the feared situation of more complex phobias of phobias usually develop in late childhood, adolescence, or early adult life.

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