Stop having panic attacks now: exposure, coping, and grounding

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Stop having panic attacks now through exposure therapy, creating coping skills, and using grounding skills.

Topics discussed:
0:28 – What are panic attacks and why am I experiencing them?
2:18 – What does exposure therapy for panic attacks look like?
8:06 – What are effective coping skills for panic attack?
13:14 – What are grounding skills for depersonalization and derealization?
16:57 – What do I do if this doesn’t help me?
17:36 – Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable Weekly Challenge

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* Coping skills versus safety behavior:
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