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Dr Becky Spelman discusses how panic disorder can be treated effectively using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and provides information about what’s involved in the treatment.
Psychotherapy throws important light on what causes panic attacks. Often there’s a desire to sabotage one’s performance in order to remain loyal to something or someone in one’s past. If you’re considering therapy, visit us [More]