Category Archives: Panic

Pierre Janet, The Obsessions, English Translation

I completed the translation of Janet’s THE OBSESSIONS AND THE PSYCHASTHÉNIE about a year ago. I haven’t had the free time to explore any options for publishing the translation. And if I haven’t done it by now, I probably just won’t get around to it. So, I have uploaded the translation. Anyone interested in reading […]

Swine Flu Anxiety

If the economy isn’t enough to give you agita (see my earlier post), then all the press about swine flu might do the trick. Let’s recall the basics of anxiety: something bad, we’re not sure just what but it’s bad, may happen in the future and there’s nothing we can do about it. I discussed […]

Treatments for Anxiety Disorders

This post will return to anxiety treatment topics. More specifically, I would like to address the issue of treatment approaches or techniques. As my earlier posts on this topic surely indicate, I am a strong adherent of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). However, in my experience, this is not always the beginning and end point of […]

The experience of anxiety and panic

For this post, I want to move away from the objective, technical aspects of anxiety.  It seems time to move into into the personal experience of anxiety and panic. I spent a while trying to describe how it feels to have a problem with anxiety and panic.  The results were dissatisfying; perhaps because I was […]

Anxiety & Panic

[anxiety psychotherapy panic] This is my first effort at a blog. So, it may take a while to get it right. I appreciate your patience and any comments or suggestions you may have are welcome. My hope is to get one installment on to the blog per week. I will start by providing some educational […]