Panic attacks can ruin your life - but it lies within your power to overcome your fears. Sue Breton - clinical psychologist, researcher into panic attacks and former sufferer - shows you how you can help yourself by understanding what type of task you have; taking short-term avoiding action to suit your personal needs; learning more about your own personality - which will give you power over panic for good. She includes practical excercises to control breathing and help you gain personal control, and provides advice for friends and families of sufferers.
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Sue Breton, studied psychology at university and was awarded her MA from Cardiff University for research into panic attacks. She practiced as clinical psychologist for over eight years, giving up work only to look after a large, growing family. As well as two children of her own, she has three step-children. She returned to full-time work in 1987, and is now working freelance as a psychologist as well as pursuing several new activities, including writing fiction, sailing, bell-ringing and horse riding. Sue Breton lives in South Wales with her husband, who is a psychiatrist.
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Book Description VERMILION, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 91813158