Panic disorder is a chronic condition and an ongoing health problem (Milrod et al., 2007; Kraft 2012), and affects approximately 5% of the world’s population (Bienvenu, 2006). Individuals suffering from panic often go to accident and emergency departments in hospitals with a variety of unexplained symptoms including migraine, stabbing chest pains, heart fluttering, irritable bowel syndrome, dyspnea difficulty breathing, hyperhidrosis and insomnia.
David Kraft, a specialist Harley Street psychotherapist, uses a multi-modal approach to treatment. And, unlike many psychotherapists, who often take a great length of time to treat this condition, his solution-focussed approach helps a number of clients to take control of their life and to recover quickly from this problem.
If you would like an appointment, please ring 0207 467 8564 today.
David Kraft has publsihed many papers in the academic literature–in the UK and in Australia–and is a member of BSCAH.