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Describes a successful method for treating agoraphobia, provides exercises for sufferers to help them get out of the home and on to further treatment, and features special chapters on drugs and an evaluation of clinics
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Agoraphobia, characterized by panics and chronic anxiety, often renders its victims incapable of leaving their homes. Goldstein, professor of psychiatry at Temple University, provides an in-depth look at agoraphobia, its victims, and their families. Also outlined is Goldstein's Agoraphobia and Anxiety Program, which he developed with psychologist Dianne Chambless. The multilevel program combines traditional psychotherapy with Gestalt therapyto help clients resolve feelings by understanding themand exposure therapy, in which cleints return to sites of previous panic attacks. The inclusion of self-help procedures for closet agoraphobics along with a state-by-state list of therapy programs make this a valuable tool for professionals, sufferers, and the people who live with them. Mary L. Kirk, Univ. of North Carolina Lib., Wilmington
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