Overcoming Agoraphobia: Conquering Fear of the Outside World

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Penguin Books, 1988 - Health & Fitness - 293 pages
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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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Overcoming agoraphobia: conquering fear of the outside world

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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 ... Read full review


Defining the Disorder and Developing a Treatment
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Goldstein is the former boxing correspondent for the Baltimore Sun.

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