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  1. Fighting Fear: An Eight-Week Guide to Treating Your Own Phobias by Fredric Neuman, 1985-06
  2. Journey from Anxiety to Freedom: Moving Beyond Panic and Phobias and Learning to Trust Yourself by Mani Feniger, 1997-01-08
  3. Social Phobia: Diagnosis, Assessment, and Treatment by David M. Clark, 1995-10-27
  4. The Uses of Phobia: Essays on Literature and Film (Critical Quarterly Book Series) by David Trotter, 2010-06-28
  5. The Aldrich Dictionary of Phobias and Other Word Families by Chris Aldrich, 2006-07-06
  6. Phobia: An Art Deco Graphic Masterpiece by John Vassos, 2009-07-22
  7. Fears, Phobias and Rituals: Panic, Anxiety, and Their Disorders by Isaac Marks, 1987-04-30
  8. The Mad Book of Fears and Phobias by John Ficarra, 1985-10
  9. Phobias (WPA Series in Evidence & Experience in Psychiatry) (Vol 7)
  10. Mastery of Your Specific Phobia: Client Workbook (TherapyWorks) by Martin M. Antony, Michelle G. Craske, et all 1995
  11. Fears and Phobias by Margaret O. Hyde, 1978-02
  12. Fear, Phobias and Frozen Feet (Volume 1) by Cindy van den Heuvel, 2005-04-28
  13. What Your Doctor May Not Tell You AboutAnxiety, Phobias, and Panic Attacks: The All-Natural Program That Can Help You Conquer Your Fears by Douglas Hunt, 2005-11-15
  14. Freedom from Fear: A Guide to Conquering Your Fears and Phobias by Harold H. Jr. Dawley, Dale A. General, 2000-09-01

121. Anxiety Disorders In Children - Keep Kids Healthy Conditions
Anxiety Disorders in children and adolescents including generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, obsessivecompulsive disorder, phobias and posttraumatic stress disorder.
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by William T. Goldman, MD Anxiety symptoms and disorders are the number one health problem in America, ranging from a simple Adjustment Disorder to more difficult and debilitating disorders such as Panic Disorder and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. According to the most recent data, the lifetime prevalence for anxiety disorders as a whole in adults is about 25%; the frequency in children is unknown, but felt to be significantly underreported and under-diagnosed. More specifically Social Anxiety Disorder has a lifetime risk of 17%, while Panic Disorder occurs in approximately 1-3% of the adult population. Related Articles Attention Deficit Disorder Depression Internet Links About Pediatrics ADHD Mental Health Information for Children
Symptoms of Anxiety Disorders
Anxiety is a subjective sense of worry, apprehension, fear and distress. Often it is normal to have these sensations on occasion, and so it is important to distinguish between normal levels of anxiety and unhealthy or pathologic levels of anxiety. The subjective experience of anxiety typically has two components: physical sensations (e.g., headache, nausea, sweating) and the emotions of nervousness and fear. Anxiety disorders, when severe, can affect a child's thinking, decision-making ability, perceptions of the environment, learning and concentration. It raises blood pressure and heart rate, and can cause a multitude of bodily complaints, such as nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, ulcers, diarrhea, tingling, weakness, and shortness of breath, among other things.

122. Healthfinder® - Phobias
Carefully selected government and nonprofit health information on phobias.

123. Hypnotherapist London Stop Smoking London Hypnotherapist Help Build Confidence W
Andrew Cunningham, registered therapist for smoking cessation, confidence and public speaking, phobias. Biography, links, services and fees. Based in central London.
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I practise at the Lewis Clinic, a busy and successful Harley Street practice in central London, which attracts clients from the business world, media and performing arts. It specialises in hypnotherapy and has been successfully treating clients since its opening in 1994.
During January and February 2004 I feature on a series called Harley St on the Living TV channel going out on weekdays at 2pm. I am filmed helping clients with fear of heights, stage nerves, to stop smoking and a dog phobia.
Channel 4 has used my services for the new series of Faking It . I am filmed giving a confidence boosting session for a solicitor training to be a rap singer. I am also used to help a 999 operator become a live TV director.
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125. Self Help Methods For Dealing With Your Phobia
used with phobias only as a last resort – when there is no other choice available. Yes, you can eradicate most phobias on your own but it can be a long,
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What to do about a phobia?
A phobia is an irrational fear that is driven by our emotions, which is why will-power, facts and reassurance tend to have little impact. Of course, this doesn’t stop us trying to intellectually ‘understand it’ so we examine the past and try to remember or figure out how the phobia developed in the belief that a rational understanding will reduce its impact it rarely does, by the way.)
This search for an explanation is quite natural – especially when we don’t know any other way of tackling it.
Opinions about phobias
So first a few opinions - I've called them that rather than 'facts' because they are, of course, not universally accepted facts . They are accepted by most people in the world of NLP and they are supported by my own experience of working as a therapist for 17 years. Yet many , including those therapists who believe that 'curing' a phobia should be a long and very expensive process, would disagree with them.

126. The Limbic Region "Emotion Central" Website
Share poems, view art, and read collections of quotes. Has an alphabetical list of phobias.
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This Website is just an extension of the Yahoo! Groups the Limbic Region "Emotion Central". Another place to come, where I will share things of interest with you. More opportunities to socialize, to link to each other, to share thoughts, things that you have written, etc. I am hoping that you will find this helpful.
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I am inviting you join my new group The Limbic Region, "Emotion Central" @ the Yahoo! Groups. It is a safe haven for those to come together and be able to talk without fear of discrimination, or to be gawked at by the perpetators of stigmatism. On this web site you may share your poems, art, and read collections of quotes, Jokes, etc. On the groups, get support & meet with others like yourself.
I intend for this invitation to be completely open ended, so if someone you know or others would like to join, please extend the offer! If you have a web site or a web ring, please consider letting me join, or putting a button on your page to gain promotion for our Support! I will also keep you posted on Stigma Busters! A National Campaign for reducing the stigma associated with Mental illness!

127. The Definitive Panic Attacks, Anxiety Disorder & Phobias Resource
A nonprofit UK based site for Panic Attacks, Anxiety Disorder phobias sufferers in Great Britain.
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For Panic / Anxiety Disorder Sufferers Do you feel like you have, or could be, developing an anxiety disorder? Are you experiencing panic attacks, increased anxiety, phobias, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder?
It is important as a sufferer, to understand as much as you can about your disorder and treatment. Why? Due to rapid changes in this field and the volume of research occuring, many of our local doctors and therapists may not be as familiar as they would like to be with these disorders. You need to make a special effort, starting today, to be sure that you know about and can ask for the best treatment vailable. This site is dedicated to those people who wish to educate themselves about the disorder and find fast and permanent solutions to their anxiety condition. One of the first questions people ask themselves is, why me? There are many theories about what causes panic / anxiety attacks and anxiety disorder to develop. Are the causes biological, psychological or psychodynamic? (i.e. caused by past experiences or traumas)

128. Phobias - Acrophobia, Agoraphobia, Hydrophobia
Information on phobias such as hydrophobia, agoraphobia, aviophobia or aviatophobia and acrophobia, their causes and symptoms.
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Phobias What are specific phobias?
Who suffers from specific phobias

What are specific phobias?
Who suffers from specific phobias?

Specific phobias such as agoraphobia affect an estimated 12 to 14 million adults in America and the UK and are twice as common in women as in men. The causes of specific phobias such as agoraphobia are not well understood, though there is some evidence that these phobias may run in families. Specific phobias usually first appear during childhood or adolescence and tend to persist into adulthood. If the object of the fear is easy to avoid, people with specific phobias may not feel the need to seek treatment. Sometimes, though, they may make important career or personal decisions to avoid a phobic situation, and if this avoidance is carried to extreme lengths, it can be disabling, for example people with agoraphobia may be so frightened of public places they never leave their homes.
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129. Index
Information on panic attacks, obsessivecompulsive disorder, trichotillomania, social phobia, fear of public speaking, checkride anxiety, specific phobias, fear of flying, and performance anxiety.
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130. Phobias Trivia Quiz
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131. Johnson Clarke - Gain Control
Hypnotherapy practice for smoking, weight control, anxiety, stress, selfdevelopment, phobias, and sports performance. In Warwickshire, UK.

132. Phobias
phobias consist of a fear of objects or situations such as heights, animals, flying, snakes, spiders, etc? The phobia invokes a panic attack or anxiety
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133. Sarah Brace - Personal Breakthrough Consultant
London based NLP, Time Line Therapy (TLT) Hypnotherapy Master Practitioner offers assistance with personal problems including, smoking, phobias, depression, lack of confidence, unwanted habits
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134. Eating Disorders | Eating Phobia | Anorexia | Bulimia | Compulsive Overeating |
Eating Disorders may or may not be present in a person with phobias, Social phobias Fear of embarrassment or humiliation in social settings.
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Eating Disorders may or may not be present in a person with phobias, and phobias may or may not be present in a person with an Eating Disorder. Intense Fear.... shaking.... can't breath.... can't move.... sweating.... panic.... voices of self-defeat... This describes just some of the symptoms one can feel confronted with the object, event or emotion that creates the phobia for an individual. A phobia is defined as an intense or unrealistic fear, and when confronted with that fear it can cause panic attacks, pounding heartbeat, feelings of nausea, sweaty palms, and rapid breathing. It is important to keep in mind that there may be common traits amongst some Phobias and Eating Disorders, but that it IS NOT a generalized rule that all people with an Eating Disorder suffer from a Phobia, or that all Phobia victims suffer from an Eating Disorder. There are three types of phobias: Agoraphobia: This is the fear of leaving a safe place, such as home It is interesting to point out that a number of people suffering with Eating Disorders can display symptoms of Agoraphobia. It isn't uncommon for those with Anorexia, Bulimia and Compulsive Overeating to have an intense fear of eating in public under a watchful eye of others, and often time an isolationistic type of behavior can sets in, where they will increasingly avoid such situations where they must leave the "safety" of home.

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Article summarizes increasing evidence from larger research studies that tobacco products cause anxiety, depression, phobias, and alcohol and drug dependence.

136. Phobias, Hatreds And Dislikes
A list of phobias, hatreds and dislikes. I was doing some research on fears, phobias, hatreds and dislikes and developed this list.
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(JavaScript Error) Click here to learn more. Phobias, Hatreds and Dislikes I was doing some research on fears, phobias, hatreds and dislikes and developed this list. It seemed to good to throw away and the door of my refrigerator was getting kind of crowded, so I put it on my website. Acarophobia — fear of skin infestation by mites or ticks Achluophobia — fear of darkness or the night (see also Nychtophobia, Scotophobia) Acousticophobia — fear of noise Acrophobia — fear of heights Aelurophobia — fear of cats (see also alternate spellings at Ailurophobia and Elurophobia) Aerophobia — fear of fresh air (see also Ancraophobia) Agoraphobia — fear of being in crowded, public places (see also Demophobia) Agyrophobia — fear of crossing streets Aichmophobia — fear of pointed objects Ailurophobia — fear of cats (see also alternate spellings at Aelurophobia and Elurophobia) Alektorophobia — fear of chickens (see alternate spelling at Alektorophobia) Alektrophobia — fear of chickens (see alternate spelling at Alektrophobia) Algophobia — fear of pain (see also Odynophobia) Amathophobia — fear of dust (see also Koniophobia) Amaxophobia — fear of being or riding in vehicles (see alternate spelling Hamaxophobia) Amychophobia — fear of being scratched Ancraophobia — fear of wind (see also Aerophobia) Androphobia — fear of men (see also Gynephobia/Gynophobia) Anginophobia — fear of quinsy or other forms of sore throat Anglophobia — fear of England or the English Ankylophobia — dread of stiff or immobile joints

137. Phobia Fear Release
Various phobias and their treatment methods.
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Phobia and Fear? Have you experienced phobia or fear? Or have you been diagnosed with this disorder?
While you may or may not know the technical definition of these disorders, if you do have them there is one thing that you know for sure. You know how phobia and fear feels in your body. And it's no fun. I want you to know that there is hope . There are answers even when everything else you have tried hasn't worked. If you suffer from phobia and fear, you probably don't want to talk about it or want people to know that you have this disorder. Why? We both know the answer to that question. First, deep down inside you may feel that there is something "wrong" with you - that you're different. And out of control at times. That because you experienced phobia or fear that you may be defective in some way that can never be fixed. Second, somewhere inside you may feel that no one really understands you and how you feel. No matter how compassionate, understanding or competent a friend or therapist may be, you know that they haven't experienced the feeling and terror that you experience in your body. Thirdand this may be the toughest part, just

138. Phobias - Information On Cause, Treatment, Different Types
phobias are irrational fears of something, this BUPA health factsheet contains information on the different types of phobia, their cause and treatment.
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Phobias are irrational fears of something that most people are not afraid of, such as spiders, crowds, small spaces or flying. Phobias can cause considerable disruption to life. Phobias affect 4% of men and 13% of women.
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Common phobias include fears of animals, heights, crowds or social events. People with a phobia may acknowledge that their fear is out of proportion to the true danger or threat, but they cannot control or explain it. If someone does not take steps to overcome a phobia, it can last for years, and can cause considerable disruption to daily life.
Most people have no symptoms until they are faced with their feared situation or object. When they are confronted by this, they have severe symptoms of anxiety. These can be so unpleasant that the person takes elaborate steps to avoid coming into contact with their feared object.

139. TAPir News
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W elcome to the web's first and still best self-help resource for those with anxiety disorders. Panic attacks, phobias, extreme shyness, obsessive-compulsive behaviors, and generalized anxiety disrupt the lives of an estimated 15% of the population. tAPir is a free grass-roots website dedicated to providing information, relief, and support for those recovering from debilitating anxiety.
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NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 2-Long after the floodwaters here have receded and this critically wounded city has begun to mend, the mental health effects of the nation's worst natural disaster will linger. The American Red Cross, in recognition that catastrophes also leave mental and emotional damage in their wake, is coordinating and deploying psychiatrists, psychologists, and mental health counselors to storm-ravaged areas of the Gulf Coast. At the Astrodome in Houston, where about 25,000 evacuees from New Orleans have been transported, storm survivors are receiving clean food and water, a place to sleep, and, for those who need it, the services of volunteer mental health workers from Baylor College of Medicine, several campuses of the University of Texas Health Sciences Centers, and other area institutions.

140. Anxiety & Phobias - Psychologist
Find the right psychologist, therapist, counselor, psychiatrist, drug rehab or eating disorder treatment center ideally suited to your specific needs. & Phobias
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Featured Columns Overcoming Performance Anxieties By Mitchell Milch, MSW Performance anxieties are like fire alarms that signal danger. They appear to exist outside of us but, in truth, are projections of fear inspired recollections and/or apprehensions of what could’ve, should’ve or would’ve happened to us during childhood. Breathing Technique Can Calm Emotion of Fear By Bradley Olson, Ph.D. If the emotion of fear becomes intense or overwhelming, it's helpful to breathe deeply, from the lower abdomen as in a yoga exercise, and simply continue to follow one's breath. When Anxiety Emergesand Persists Many of the nearly 20 million Americans who suffer from an anxiety disorder don't reach out for helpperhaps because they're unaware they have a treatable condition, or because they fear what others will think. But the sooner a person gets help, the quicker he or she can feel good againoften feeling calm and "back to normal" for the first time in many months or even years.

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