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Treatment of panic disorder — a cognitive-behavioral approach

Anna Wojtas, Katarzyna Jakuszkowiak-Wojten
Psychiatria 2010;7(6):227-233.

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Vol 7, No 6 (2010)
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Published online: 2011-02-14

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The aim of this monograph was to present cognitive-behavioral conception of treatment of panic disorder. Fragmentary description of cognitive models of this disorder was presented and next an example of cognitive- -behavioral treatment conception of panic disorder was suggested. Finally a short research on effectiveness of this kind anxiety disorder was presented.
Psychiatry 2010; 7, 6: 227–233

Abstract

The aim of this monograph was to present cognitive-behavioral conception of treatment of panic disorder. Fragmentary description of cognitive models of this disorder was presented and next an example of cognitive- -behavioral treatment conception of panic disorder was suggested. Finally a short research on effectiveness of this kind anxiety disorder was presented.
Psychiatry 2010; 7, 6: 227–233
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cognitive-behavioral therapy; panic disorder

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Treatment of panic disorder — a cognitive-behavioral approach

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Psychiatria (Psychiatry)

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Vol 7, No 6 (2010)

Article type

Review paper

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227-233

Published online

2011-02-14

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Psychiatria 2010;7(6):227-233.

Keywords

cognitive-behavioral therapy
panic disorder

Authors

Anna Wojtas
Katarzyna Jakuszkowiak-Wojten

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