Anxiety – Adult Anxiety

Edmund Bourne

In the third edition of his workbook, psychologist Bourne describes specific skills needed to overcome problems with panic, anxiety, and phobias, and provides step-by- step procedures for mastering these skills. The book contains a fair amount of descriptive material but emphasizes cognitive-behavioral skills, strategies, and exercises to foster recovery

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