The book covers primary types of anxiety and anxiety disorders, their causes, developmental trends and modern methods of treatment. The book discusses their neurocognitive models, neurobiological mechanisms and non-medicated methods of treatment, as well as the certain cognitive behavioural therapy techniques for anxiety and related disorders. This book aims at assisting people, who want to overcome their anxiety and anxiety disorders with or without professional help. It is also a useful guide for mental health specialists and professionals in treating patients in related fields (psychologists, therapists, psychiatrists, neurologists, social workers and educators). The book is the product of the author’s professional activities and personal experience.
- Peer Review: Ani Kalayjian, Ed.D., Adjunct Professor of Psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University
- Cover Design: Mariam Grigoryan
Recommended by Harmand Hilfmann™ School of Professional Psychology