Most anxiety problems now can be resolved
Westport, CT (PRWEB) November 01, 2016
Worry. Panic attacks. Unpleasant anxious feelings. In the past, these and other problems were very hard to treat. People would spend years in therapy with minimal improvement.
With the development of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), things have finally changed. CBT is an evidence-based treatment that strategically targets anxiety symptoms. Studies show that this approach is highly effective, rapidly improving anxious thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
This is the goal of Resolving the Anxiety Dilemma – to help readers understand the nature of anxiety problems and resolve them with the powerful tools of cognitive-behavioral therapy. Using the latest research, Dr. Kollman reveals the surprising factor that drives anxiety issues. He also shows how changing our response to anxiety leads to a great reward: a freer and less anxious life within a wider world.
About the author:
Dylan M. Kollman, PhD is a clinical psychologist and director of the Anxiety Institute of Connecticut. He received his doctorate from Boston University, where he trained at the Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders, and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. Dr. Kollman worked internationally as a management consultant before becoming a psychologist, and his research is published in leading journals. He lives in Connecticut with his wife and family.
Advance praise for Resolving the Anxiety Dilemma:
“Rich with examples and effective techniques, Resolving the Anxiety Dilemma presents key strategies for those struggling with anxiety. I strongly endorse this model of care for people with anxiety problems.”
– Terence M. Keane, PhD, Director, VA National Center for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder; Co-editor of Effective Treatments for PTSD
“This book is a valuable resource and guide for anyone suffering from anxiety. It may well change your life.”
– Stefan G. Hofmann, PhD, Professor of Psychology, Boston University; President, International Association for Cognitive Psychotherapy
“For anxious people seeking treatment with cognitive-behavioral therapy, Resolving the Anxiety Dilemma is a must-read.”
– Sigurd Ackerman, MD, President and Medical Director, Silver Hill Hospital; Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, Columbia University
“This engaging book reveals how to cope with an all-too-common problem.”
– Joseph LeDoux, PhD, Professor of Neural Science and Psychology, New York University; Author of Anxious
“With deep knowledge and clear compassion, Dr. Kollman managed to consolidate decades worth of anxiety research into an accessible, understandable, and intelligent self-help book. It is a gift to anyone struggling with anxiety and people working with anxiety sufferers.”
– Erin L. Mendoza, PsyD, Director, Belay Psychological Services LLC