Online Therapy for Agoraphobia

Are You Looking for Help to Overcome Your Agoraphobia and Panic Disorder?

Would You Prefer to Get Help Without Leaving Home?

Are You Looking for and Alternative to Medications?

Mindfulness Therapy is an Excellent Choice for Treating Agoraphobia, Anxiety and Panic Attacks.


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“People just don’t understand how hard it is to cope. I wanted so much to go to see my daughter’s school play, but I just could not leave the house. Peter helped me, step by step. After the first session, using his mindfulness methods, I was able to step outside and walk to my car and sit in it. After a week of practicing, I was actually able to drive my daughter to school. I cannot explain what a big change this is for me. I feel there is hope now.”
 – Linda, Georgia

Agoraphobia Treatment Therapy Online  – In-Home Counseling for Agoraphobia

Online Therapy for Agoraphobia provides new hope for many people suffering from this painful condition. If you are suffering from agoraphobia then you know how difficult it is to leave home to seek help from a therapist or counselor. This is a big challenge. Recognizing this problem, I have developed a system of online therapy that I offer online via Skype. All you need is a computer with a webcam and Skype (which is a free application) and PayPal and you can begin online counseling. This is very convenient and far less intimidating than going to visit a therapist in his or her office and this online program is proving very helpful for many people who would not otherwise seek help for their panic anxiety.

Dr. Peter Strong, author of ‘The Path of Mindfulness Meditation‘, is a specialist in Mindfulness Therapy for the treatment of Anxiety Disorders such as Agoraphobia and Social Anxiety.

“Agoraphobia and other forms of panic anxiety occur when the mind contracts and we lose our connection with life. Mindfulness Therapy teaches us how to stop this emotional contraction and reverse it so that we feel more connected again.” - The Path of Mindfulness Meditation, by Dr Peter Strong.

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It will take lots of hard work on your part to overcome the underlying beliefs and habitual panic reactions that keep you a prisoner, but the good news is that  many people have totally transformed their anxiety through the practical methods taught during Online Mindfulness Therapy.

Online Treatment for Agoraphobia with Online Therapist, Dr. Peter Strong

Mindfulness-based Treatment Therapy for Agoraphobia

Mindfulness Therapy (MT) is a form of therapy that develops your ability to form a therapeutic relationship with your inner core emotions; your fears, anxiety and depression in which you first learn to stop the proliferation of reactivity and then embrace the painful emotion with the healing space of mindfulness. This is essential if you want to overcome anxiety and panic attacks. Most of the time, we avoid or resist our core anxiety and fears according to our learned patterns of habitual reactivity, but the truth is that nothing can change if we avoid or resist our emotions. We have to learn how to face our pain if things are to change. Mindfulness is a very compassionate practice that teaches us exactly how to go about doing this. It is not easy at first, but with continued practice using the tools I will teach you during online sessions, you will learn how to “sit” with your emotions and create that therapeutic relationship that is so essential for healing and transformation.

When you have learned how to “sit” with your anxiety and the other emotions associated with your agoraphobia then the emotions begin to change, and since you are not running away from them you can actually participate in helping the emotions heal. We learn to make friends with our emotions, a very important second step in the healing process. The age-old truth is that love heals. Reacting with hatred to your inner negative emotions can not help them heal, yet this is what we tend to do most of the time out of habit and wrong understanding.

Working with Inner Imagery – The secret to healing Agoraphobia

After you have learned how to form a therapeutic relationship with your core emotions, you can now explore the structure of these emotions. Every emotion has a structure, partly in the body and partly in the mind. When we get anxious and panicky, our breathing becomes shallow, our hands may start trembling, our mouth may become dry and we experience a knot in our stomach. These are all part of the bodily structure of agoraphobia. These physical changes are actually required to maintain the emotion of panic and anxiety, and we can use this to our advantage, because if we make an effort to change these bodily structural components of the anxiety, then we can change the emotion itself. This is one reason why deep breathing can be a very helpful technique for managing the anxiety attacks that occur in agoraphobia.

There are many physical techniques like regulation of breathing, regulation of movement and posture and simple relaxation techniques that you will learn during mindfulness therapy for agoraphobia. These can be very helpful, but the most important way to control agoraphobia is to change the underlying emotions at the psychological level.

Internally, every emotion is structured around imagery – inner pictorial representations that resonate with the emotion. For example, anger is usually associate with the color red and anger is structured around imagery that is red in color and probably hot as well. We can learn about the structure of our inner imagery by observing the emotions with mindfulness. from what we learn, we can intuitively see what changes in the imagery might be helpful. Change the imagery and you change the structure of the emotion.

People with agoraphobia typically have a great deal of inner imagery, very often based on the feeling of emptiness, an inner void or black hole that threatens to swallow up everything. Discovering the structure of this imagery provides a very powerful tool for changing the intensity of the anxiety underlying agoraphobia. This approach is one of the most effective treatment for agoraphobia and was pioneered by Dr. Strong in the 1980s.

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“I can’t begin to tell you what a difference it has made being able to talk to a therapist online through Skype. Now I can get the help that I couldn’t get before, and it is already showing results. I now have confidence that I will be able to get over this fear. I look forward to driving again in the not too distant future.”


Online Treatment Therapy for Agoraphobia

Are You Ready to Make the Change?

Are you considering Online Therapy? Skype Therapy for Agoraphobia is becoming a very popular choice for many people for obvious reasons. I hope that I can have the opportunity to help you overcome your agoraphobia and anxiety. Please tell me about your specific anxiety and feel free to ask any questions you may have about online counseling therapy for agoraphobia and social anxiety in general. Mindfulness Therapy has proven very effective at helping people overcome this form of anxiety. You will know after the first session if this approach is right for you. Many people see significant improvements after 3-6 sessions.



Peter Strong, PhD is a Professional Psychotherapist, Online Therapist, Spiritual Teacher and Author, based in Boulder, Colorado. Peter developed a system of psychotherapy called Mindfulness Therapy for healing the root cause of Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Depression, Traumatic Stress and Emotional Suffering.

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  1. Please feel free to share your experiences with online therapy for agoraphobia, especially if you have experience with the application of mindfulness for treating anxiety and panic disorders.

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