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Free from Panic

A Teen’s Guide to Coping with Panic Attacks and Panic Symptoms
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Panic symptoms and panic attacks can feel overwhelming and frightening. This book guides teens through the isolation and worry of living with panic symptoms or panic disorder.

Through interactive exercises, this book shows that the key to unlocking freedom from panic is learning to understand our feelings, fears and bodies. Demonstrating that panic is a natural emotion that many people experience, it provides useful strategies drawn from a range of approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT) to help teens to get on top of their fears and panic.

Co-written by respected clinicians in the field, the strategies in this book are tried and tested in helping teens and young people in their journey through panic.

  • Published: Mar 21 2022
  • Pages: 112
  • 246 x 172mm
  • ISBN: 9781787758186
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Press Reviews

  • Katy Appleton, author of The Business of Yoga and founder of appleyoga

    This is a vital read for humanity. We all need to understand stress, how it shows up and what happens if left unattended. These pages offer insight, revelation and provide useful tools to create equilibrium again.
  • Dr Sarah Cook, Clinical Psychologist

    The perfect book for teens who are feeling overwhelmed by panic. The authors have combined their extensive clinical expertise with the latest research evidence to produce this easy to read, engaging self-help book for any young person who is experiencing panic symptoms/panic attacks. Full of straight forward information, practical tips, and exercises, this book will help young people feel empowered to understand and manage their panic and anxiety so that they can once again start to live their lives to the full. A must have resource for young people and any parents/carers and professionals supporting them.
  • Dr Emily Nobes, Clinical Psychologist, DClinPsych, CPsychol

    This is a lovely, reassuring book for young people, full of practical, creative and kind suggestions. Crucially, it helps to normalise the experience of panic & gives hope that it is possible to live a better life, free from panic.