Silove, D., & Manicasvagar, V. 2007. Overcoming Panic and Agoraphobia. Constable and Robinson.
Overcoming Panic and Agoraphobia offers a complete course of treatment in three parts, each with its own separately bound volume. In Part One, the authors explain panic disorder and agoraphobia, how they develop, and the impact they have on people’s lives. Part Two outlines identifying panic triggers, considering lifestyle factors and controlling panic attacks. Part Three explains unhelpful thinking patterns, dealing with physical sensations and overcoming agoraphobia.
Phillips, N. 2010. The Panic Book. Shrink Rap Press.
The Panic Book is an illustrated guide to panic attacks and how they may be overcome. This book is written and illustrated by a psychiatrist who has worked for many years with people struggling with panic attacks.
Wilson, R. 2009. Don’t Panic. Harper Perenial.
Don’t Panic offers a self-help program for overcoming panic and coping with anxious fears. The book provides information and advice about panic attacks. It looks at how a panic attack happens, the causes and effects of panic attacks, and how to recognise, manage and control the moment of panic.