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March 26, 2012
David Kraft has just published a paper on panic disorder. Please find the published abstract below for details.
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Panic Disorder Without Agoraphobia. A Multi-Modal Approach: Solution-
Focused Therapy, Hypnosis and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
The case study reports the successful treatment and remarkable recovery in six
sessions of a 24 year old female student with a 6 month history of panic disorder
without agoraphobia. The treatment used was a multi-modal approach which
combined psychodynamically-orientated psychotherapy with hypnosis and solutionfocused
brief therapy. With the complex nature of panic disorder, this case study
reiterates the importance of helping patients to come to terms with the family
dynamics responsible for the condition and emphasizes that solution-focused
techniques and principles can be used to enhance the treatment, in that it helps
clients, in a relatively short space of time, to begin to reduce their anxiety outside
the comfort of the home, to focus on the present and to construct a new, preferred
future for themselves.
panic disorder, solution-focused therapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy.
Panic Disorder Without Agoraphobia. A Multi-Modal Approach: Solution-Focused Therapy, Hypnosis and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
Instead of a Foreword
pg.1 Free access
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pg.2-3 Free access
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