Online Treatment for Panic Attacks

Effective Online Treatment for Panic Attacks

Online therapist provides help for recovery from anxiety, panic attacks and depression via SkypeOnline Counseling Service for Panic Attacks and Anxiety

Effective treatment for panic attacks is now available online via Skype therapy sessions with Online Therapist, Dr. Peter Strong – professional psychotherapist and teacher and specialist in Mindfulness Therapy, a particularly effective way of treating anxiety and panic attacks.

 EMAIL ME TO ASK YOUR QUESTIONS AND SCHEDULE AN ONLINE THERAPY SESSION TODAY

PDMSTRONG@MAC.COM

There are two steps to Mindfulness-based Online Therapy treatment for panic anxiety attacks: Counter-Reactivity Training and Core Resolution work designed to help you change and resolve the underlying anxiety itself.

 Online Treatment for Panic Attacks

Counter-Reactivity Training Treatment for Panic Attacks

A panic attack is a learned, conditioned anxiety reaction that is triggered in certain situations. The triggers can be external, such as the fear that may arise when you find yourself in a crowd or when you have to make a presentation to a group of people. Performance anxiety is one of the most common forms of panic disorder as is excessive shyness.There are also internal triggers in the form of negative beliefs, traumatic memories, and habitual reactive thought patterns that generate back-ground anxiety even when there are no triggers present. Anticipatory anxiety is a major problem if not dealt with and can increase the likelihood of panic attacks occurring.

A major part of Mindfulness Therapy involves learning how to change these patterns of habitual reactive thinking – how to neutralize the inner self-talk before it escalates your anxiety levels. Mindfulness-based treatment for panic disorder teaches you how to overcome your emotional reactivity so you are less likely to become overwhelmed by anxiety when it arises.

 

Core Resolution Treatment for Panic Attacks

Learning how to control reactive thinking is an extremely important first step to dealing with your panic attacks and anxiety. However, this is not enough by itself. We must also focus on changing the underlying anxiety emotions themselves. These drive the whole reactive process; they are the fuel for the panic attacks. In the second phase of Mindfulness Therapy, we learn how to work with these core emotions using mindfulness. We learn how to create a stable and friendly relationship with our anxiety and explore its structure. As we learn more about the internal structure of the panic anxiety, we can begin to experiment with making subtle changes to this structure in a way that brings about healing.

Mindfulness Therapy is one of the most direct and most elegant ways of working with our emotions in a way that brings about transformation. Often, people experience dramatic changes after only a few sessions – quite different from traditional “talking therapies.”

Talk to a therapist online via Skype. Online Therapy for Panic Disorder and Anxiety.
Online Therapy via Skype

 

Would you like to learn more about Online Treatment for Panic Attacks?

If you would like to explore online counseling treatment for your panic attacks, please email me and feel free to tell me more about your problems and ask any questions that you may have and then let’s schedule a Skype Therapy session.

PDMSTRONG@MAC.COM

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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