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         Agoraphobia:     more books (100)
  1. Agoraphobia: Current Perspectives on Theory and Treatment
  2. Agoraphobia: Nature and Treatment by Andrew M. Mathews, Derek W. Johnston, et all 1986-09-01
  3. Narrating Social Order: Agoraphobia and the Politics of Classification by ShelleyZ. Reuter, 2007-03-03
  4. From Panic to Peace of Mind: Overcoming Panic and Agoraphobia by C. B. Scrignar, 1991-12
  5. Mastery of Your Anxiety and Panic (MAP-3): Therapist Guide for Anxiety, Panic, and Agoraphobia (Treatments That Work) by David H. Barlow, Michelle G. Craske, 2004-11-11
  6. Repressed Spaces: The Poetics of Agoraphobia by Paul Carter, 2002-11-01
  7. How to Stop Anxiety & Panic Attacks: A Simple Guide to using a specific set of Techniques to Stop Panic Attacks, Agoraphobia, Social Phobia, Fear of Driving or Flying and Stress by Geert Verschaeve, 2010-08-16
  8. Learn How To Overcome Agoraphobia - Can Agoraphobia Be Cured? by Caitlin Oram, 2010-07-12
  9. Agoraphobia Supplement to the Mastery of Your Anxiety and Panic II (Map II Program) by Michelle G. Craske, David H. Barlow, 1994
  10. Treating Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia: A Step-By-Step Clinical Guide (Best Practices for Therapy) by Elke Zuercher-White, 1997-11
  11. Anxiety, Panic Attacks and Agoraphobia (2nd Edition) by Kenneth V. Strong, 1997-12-01
  12. Master Your Panic and Take Back Your Life: Twelve Treatment Sessions to Conquer Panic, Anxiety and Agoraphobia [MASTER YOUR PANIC & TAKE B] by Denise F.(Author) Beckfield, 2004-03-31
  13. Journey Out of Agoraphobia with Charles Linden by Charles Linden, 2008-07-01
  14. How to Help Your Loved One Recover from Agoraphobia by Karen P. Williams, 1993-08-01

61. You Are Not Alone
Support forums for people with Anxiety Disorders, including panic, GAD, and agoraphobia.
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Please feel free to explore this site.  Here you can find support and information about depression and anxiety disorders, and other disorders that often accompany them.
Anxiety and depression disorders are often accompanied by other disorders such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Seasonal Affect Disorder, General Anxiety Disorder and or Panic Disorder.  There is nothing to feel bad about.  You did not choose to have these disorders.  They happened to you.  You can get your life back.  You are not your disorders.  This means that you are still the live and vibrant person you have always been.  It is just that the chemicals in your brain are not working right at this time.  Your thoughts and fears can fade away.  You can adjust and start to feel good again. Home Page
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62. Self Help...Agoraphobia
Self help agoraphobia. Welcome to my Page devoted to agoraphobia! My Experiencewith agoraphobia. I did not become phobic I was born that way!!!
Self help...Agoraphobia
Welcome to my Page devoted to Agoraphobia!
A persistent, abnormal fear of open public places or public situations.

My Experience with Agoraphobia Symptoms The following is a list of symptoms that a person having a phobic reaction may experience: Tension, nervousness, trembling, nausea, cold or clammy palms, a hot feeling all over the body, profuse sweating, wobbly legs, dry mouth, and shortness of breath.
If these symtoms are not relieved, it may lead to a sense of doom, dizziness, visual distortions, faintness, numbness or tingling of hands and feet, and a rapid pulse. At this point, it would be said that the person is having an anxiety or panic attack. The person is not able to think or function. He may even believe that he is having a heart attack.
Causes Agoraphobia is caused by a combination of hereditary and environmental factors. A number of experts in the field of anxiety and panic disorders believe that there is a biological cause related to a chemical imbalance in the person's brain or body. Other possible causes include: High-stress lifestyles, childhood trauma, use of stimulants and/or recreational drugs, and some medical conditions such as hype-thyroidism, hypoglycemia, mineral and vitamin deficiencies, allergic reactions and inner ear disturbances.
Road Blocks to Recovery Avoiding situations makes the phobic person doubt his ability ever to handle the situation. Having negative self-conversations, increases worry and can lead to panic attacks.

63. BehaveNet® Clinical Capsule™: Panic Disorder With Agoraphobia
DSMIV Panic Disorder with agoraphobia. Diagnostic criteria for 300.21 PanicDisorder With agoraphobia (cautionary statement). A. Both (1) and (2)
DSM-IV: Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia
When an individual suffers recurrent Panic Attacks associated with Agoraphobia they may be diagnosed with this Anxiety Disorder
Diagnostic criteria for 300.21 Panic Disorder With Agoraphobia
cautionary statement
A. Both (1) and (2): (1) recurrent unexpected Panic Attacks
(2) at least one of the attacks has been followed by 1 month (or more) of one (or more) of the following: (a) persistent concern about having additional attacks
(b) worry about the implications of the attack or its consequences (e.g., losing control, having a heart attack, "going crazy")
(c) a significant change in behavior related to the attacks B. The presence of Agoraphobia C. The Panic Attacks are not due to the direct physiological effects of a substance (e.g., a drug of abuse, a medication) or a general medical condition (e.g., hyperthyroidism). D. The Panic Attacks are not better accounted for by another mental disorder, such as Social Phobia (e.g., occurring on exposure to feared social situations), Specific Phobia (e.g., on exposure to a specific phobic situation)

64. Anxiety Or Phobia Therapy Counseling: Anxiety Disorder, Phobias, And Agoraphobia
Cynthia Ashley is a specialist in counseling panic disorder, agoraphobia and phobias. She is a recovered therapist. Offers live Internet video counseling sessions, telephone counseling, and email help.
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65. BehaveNet® Clinical Capsule™: Panic Disorder Without Agoraphobia
DSMIV Panic Disorder without agoraphobia. Diagnostic criteria for 300.01 PanicDisorder Without agoraphobia (cautionary statement). A. Both (1) and (2)
DSM-IV: Panic Disorder without Agoraphobia
When an individual suffers recurrent Panic Attacks with no associated Agoraphobia they may be diagnosed with this Anxiety Disorder
Diagnostic criteria for 300.01 Panic Disorder Without Agoraphobia
cautionary statement
A. Both (1) and (2): (1) recurrent unexpected Panic Attacks
(2) at least one of the attacks has been followed by 1 month (or more) of one (or more) of the following: (a) persistent concern about having additional attacks
(b) worry about the implications of the attack or its consequences (e.g., losing control, having a heart attack, "going crazy")
(c) a significant change in behavior related to the attacks B. Absence of Agoraphobia C. The Panic Attacks are not due to the direct physiological effects of a substance (e.g., a drug of abuse, a medication) or a general medical condition (e.g., hyperthyroidism). D. The Panic Attacks are not better accounted for by another mental disorder, such as Social Phobia (e.g., occurring on exposure to feared social situations), Specific Phobia (e.g., on exposure to a specific phobic situation)

66. Jodes' World - Living With Anxiety, Agorophobia, Social Phobia, And PMS
Personal thoughts and insights shared by a person who lives with agoraphobia
Here's a peek into my world... my desk, the computer I work at... even a pic of myself...
    ... however, what I really want to show you about my world is what it is like to live with Social Phobia and Agoraphobia (a fear of leaving ones home or safe place). My world had been rather small, but thanks to the Internet, I have been able to experience more of life than I have ever imagined possible!
Welcome! I want to begin by saying that I'm not a medical professional and everything I write here is from my own personal experience and understanding of what I've read and heard...basically I write from the perspective of a layperson and as one who lives with anxiety disorders.
It is my hope that by sharing my story others may be encouraged and know that they too are not alone and that there is hope for freedom from the fear. And for those who are fortunate enough not to be afflicted with this disorder, I hope you will gain some understanding and become more emphathic and supportive to friends, co-workers, relatives or loved ones who suffer. To begin reading CLICK HERE
Books to help you "Kick Anxiety's Ass"
I have found one book in particular to be very helpful in understanding my anxiety disorders and recommend it to others to read. The book is by Edmund J. Bourne, PH.D and titled

67. - Made Possible By The Makers Of XANAX®
Includes information on agoraphobia. agoraphobia. Includes information onagoraphobia. Millions of Americans suffer from anxiety disorders.
Millions of Americans suffer from anxiety disorders . Fortunately, anxiety disorders are highly treatable with psychological counseling, medication, or a combination of the two. This site was created to provide support and information for anyone affected by Panic Disorder Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) , and anxiety associated with depression
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68. Anxiety Referral Online
List of therapists who treat anxiety, panic disorder, agoraphobia. Detailed information about each therapist including home visits, phone sessions, and Internet sessions.
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69. Agoraphobia Pages
What is agoraphobia? agoraphobia is the intense fear of situations thatmay be difficult or embarrassing to leave. How common is agoraphobia?

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Anxiety (GAD) Bipolar Dementia ... Getting Help Agoraphobia Discussion View Bulletin Board or Add Message Is there anyone out there agoraphobic too please help:... My Life as an Agoraphobic symptoms of anxiety anti-social medical causes of phobia Light-headedness just found out genetic agoraphobia Could you help me? Search Messages What is Agoraphobia? Agoraphobia is the intense fear of situations that may be difficult or embarrassing to leave. People with this phobia worry that they will not be able to get somewhere safe. They often worry about having a panic attack or panic symptoms like dizziness, vomiting, loss of control, or difficulty breathing. Sufferers usually fear large places like malls, theaters, grocery stores, or parks. They also fear large crowds or places where they feel trapped like traveling on a plane, driving in rush hour traffic, being on a bridge, or visiting the doctor. Usually, a person with agoraphobia can articulate what they fear or where they fear it. Although, sometimes they only know that they have a sense of dread. The person will begin to avoid the situations where he or she feels uncomfortable. Agoraphobia can worsen without treatment; in some extreme cases, that person can become trapped in his or her own home because he or she is too fearful to leave. Sometimes, the person can participate in activities or travel if a trusted companion goes with him or her.

70. Eileen's Panic Page
A mother living with agoraphobia shares her stories, humor, motivations, tips, and advice. Also offers puzzles and games, a message board, and a chat room.

71. Agoraphobia |
agoraphobia. Get answers to your questions about agoraphobia, including informationon its pathology, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, duration, and prevention.
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The word agoraphobia is derived from Greek words literally meaning "fear of the marketplace." The term is used to describe an irrational and often disabling fear of being out in public. Description Agoraphobia is just one type of phobia, or irrational fear. People with phobias feel dread or panic when they face certain objects, situations, or activities. People with agoraphobia frequently also experience panic attacks, but panic attacks, or panic disorder, are not a requirement for a diagnosis of agoraphobia. The defining feature of agoraphobia is anxiety about being in places from which escape might be embarrasing or difficult, or in which help might be unavailable. The person suffering from agoraphobia usually avoids the anxiety-provoking situation and may become totally housebound. Causes and symptoms Agoraphobia is the most common type of phobia, and it is estimated to affect between 5-12% of Americans within their lifetime. Agoraphobia is twice as common in women as in men and usually strikes between the ages of 15-35.

72. Anxiety Attacks
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73. Books On Agoraphobia, Panic Attacks And Panic Disorder
Clinical, selfhelp and educational reading for panic attacks andagoraphobia. Order online. agoraphobia, Panic Anxiety. (Click


General Anxiety

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An End to Panic
Breakthrough Techniques for Overcoming Panic Disorder
Constructing Panic
The Discourse of Agoraphobia
Don’t Panic Taking Control of Anxiety Attacks Driving Far from Home Flying: Overcoming the Fear of Flying With Coping Strategies for Each Stage of a Typical Plane Ride Giving a Talk: Overcoming the Fear of Giving a Short Business Presentation, Committee Report, or Classroom Talk Speaking up in Public ... Fight or Flight From Panic to Peace of Mind From Panic to Power Proven Techniques to Calm Your Anxieties, Audio Help! I Think I’m Dying! A Consumer’s Guide to Getting Treatment That Works How to Help Your Loved One Recover from Agoraphobia Anxiety-reducing tools necessary for recovery. If You Think You Have Panic Disorder Life Isn’t Just a Panic Stories of Hope by Recovering Agoraphobics Life With The Panic Monster A Guide For The Terrified 12 Treatment Sessions to Overcome High Anxiety Overcoming Panic Disorder A Woman’s Guide Combines personal stories of four women who battle Panic Disorder with a a comprehensive, easy-to-read explanation of help that’s available.

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75. Anxiety Coach Overcome Anxiety Attacks, Panic Attacks, Fear Of Flying, Depressio
A selfhelp guide for people with anxiety disorders, including panic attacks, agoraphobia, social phobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and fear of flying.
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We subscribe to the HONcode principles of the Health On the Net Foundation Helping People Thrive in an Anxious World David A.Carbonell, Ph.D.
This site is a self-help guide for people who have significant trouble with anxiety and phobias.
Everybody experiences anxiety periodically. But some people experience more than their share, and suffer anxiety to such an extent that it becomes a disruptive force in their life. If you are such a person, this site can help you get the information and resources you need to learn how to tame this anxiety and enjoy your life. You may already know that these kinds of problems are called "anxiety disorders." Most of the people I work with dislike this name, and I don't care much for it either. But it's so widely used that we're stuck with it, and so I'll use it here. The name's not important. What's important is learning how to manage your anxiety so that it doesn't disrupt your life. For those of you who may have suffered a long time, and are feeling pretty hopeless and pessimistic about it, let me just mention that these problems are:

76. Go Ask Alice!: Help For Agoraphobia
HELP FOR agoraphobia. Dear Alice,. I have suffered from agoraphobia sincethe age of thirteen. I am now twenty. I have tried hypnotherapy
Dear Alice, I have suffered from agoraphobia since the age of thirteen. I am now twenty. I have tried hypnotherapy counseling and psychologists and herbal tablets, but nothing seems to help me. Please, can you help a young, outgoing twenty-year-old who wants to start living! Dear Reader, Agoraphobia is a panic disorder, characterized by intense anxiety about being in places that would be difficult to escape, or where it might be embarrassing to experience symptoms of panic. For example, many people with agoraphobia fear leaving their homes alone, being in a crowd or standing in a line, being on a bridge, or traveling in various vehicles. Sometimes agoraphobia is experienced as a distinct condition, where one fears fainting, being trapped, having diarrhea in a public place, or otherwise feeling helpless and not receiving assistance. More commonly, agoraphobia occurs in people who also experience panic attacks. Panic attacks are intense feelings of fear and often doom, which usually build and peak within about ten minutes of onset. Some of the most typical symptoms include:
  • chest pain and/or heart palpitations
  • trembling
  • feeling faint or dizzy
  • shortness of breath or difficulty catching your breath
  • fear of dying
  • loss of control
  • excessive sweating
  • feeling nauseated
These attacks can be terrifying and physically overwhelming (people experiencing panic attacks often rush to the emergency room convinced that they are having a heart attack). Sometimes the attacks are prompted by a particular experience, and sometimes they are unprovoked. Once a person has had some panic attacks, they may begin to fear having one in public and thus develop an additional panic reaction to these situations, and therefore, agoraphobia.

77. Teenage Phobias And Fears
Dedicated to helping young people overcome agoraphobia, fears, and general phobias. Includes encouragement, tips and hints, an extensive list of phobias, and resources.
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78. Panic Disorder And Agoraphobia
Books for professional and general readers about panic attacks, panic disorderand agoraphobia. Panic Disorder and agoraphobia. The Anxiety Disease.

79. The Organisation For People Who Suffer From Panic Attacks, Agoraphobia, Social P
A selfhelp organization for those suffering from social anxiety, agoraphobia, panic attacks, and other anxiety-related disorders.
PAX The organisation for people who suffer from panic attacks, agoraphobia, In 1990 The Royal College of Psychiatrists reported that more than nine million Britons will suffer from abnormal anxiety and fears at some time in their lives. My name is Alice Neville. In 1966 I founded THE OPEN DOOR the first self-help organisation in the world for people suffering from agoraphobia, a problem that had affected my own life from childhood to my mid-twenties when I overcame it altogether. Very soon we had 4,000 members, and the late Dr. Claire Weekes, Author of Self Help For Your Nerves came over from Australia to help and advise us, treating numbers of our members, lecturing all over Britain, appearing on TV, radio and writing articles for our newsletters. Because of family and career commitments I later handed over the running of TOD to the members themselves. Some years later I wrote a book (now out of print) entitled Who's Afraid of Agoraphobia? 10,000 copies were sold almost immediately and one of the first reactions was that many people suffered from panic attacks but were not necessarily agoraphobic. Others who contacted me were suffering from social phobia which until then I had always considered to be part of the agoraphobia syndrome. The result was a new book called just Who's Afraid...?

80. He Invites - AGORAPHOBIA Stories - Select A Story
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It's never too late to add your AGORAPHOBIA story. These AGORAPHOBIA stories are shown in a random order. Each will be at or near the top at times! Click your browser's "Refresh" or "Reload" button to see other stories near the top of the list. AGORAPHOBIA Story #1
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