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Introduction: The Faces of Anxiety I. The Prep 1. Anxiety: The Big Picture 2. Getting to Know Your Anxiety 3. Getting Ready for Treatment II. The Program 4. Changing Your Anxious Thinking 5. Eliminating the Safety Net 6. Confronting Feared Objects and Situations 7. Confronting Scary Thoughts, Memories, Images, and Urges 8. Confronting Frightening Feelings and Sensations 9. Learning to Relax: Relaxation, Meditation, and Acceptance 10. Medications and Herbal Remedies III. In the Long Run 11. Creating an Anti-Anxiety Lifestyle 12. Overcoming Treatment Obstacles 13. Living without Anxiety 14. A Guide for Family and Friends Appendix: Helpful Resources
Martin M. Antony, PhD, President-Elect of the Canadian Psychological Association, is Professor and Director of Graduate Training in the Department of Psychology at Ryerson University in Toronto. He is also Director of Research at the Anxiety Treatment and Research Centre, St. Joseph's Healthcare, Hamilton, Ontario. An award-winning researcher, Dr. Antony is the coauthor of When Perfect Isn't Good Enough, 10 Simple Solutions to Panic, and numerous other books. His research, writing, and clinical practice focus on cognitive-behavioral therapy and the treatment of anxiety disorders. He has been widely quoted in the U.S. and Canadian media. Peter J. Norton, PhD, is Professor in the School of Psychological Sciences at Monash University in Australia. Previously, he was Professor of Psychology at the University of Houston, where he directed the University's Anxiety Disorder Clinic. An internationally recognized expert in the study and cognitive-behavioral treatment of anxiety disorders, Dr. Norton has authored nearly 120 research studies; has delivered many presentations and workshops for the scientific community, therapists, and the general public; and sits on the editorial boards of two scientific journals. He is a recipient of the Theodore Blau Early Career Award for Outstanding Contribution to Professional Clinical Psychology from the Society of Clinical Psychology (Division 12 of the American Psychological Association), among other honors. His books include The Anti-Anxiety Workbook (for the general public) and Group Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy of Anxiety (for mental health professionals).
"Everyone with anxiety problems should read this book! It tells you why you have anxiety and exactly, step-by-step, what you should do about it. It is reader friendly, easy to understand, and based on cutting-edge research. Truly a 'must read.'" - Judith S. Beck, Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research, USA "There have been major advances in the understanding and management of anxiety in recent years, and this book captures all of the key lessons. The techniques and strategies in these pages will help you learn to manage any type of anxiety and fear." - Ronald M. Rapee, author of Overcoming Shyness and Social Phobia "If you are going to invest your time and energy in a self-help book, you need to be supported by more than just hope. You deserve to trust the authors as experts with combined decades (not years) of experience. You want to feel confident that the strategies are backed by proven science, and applying them will yield the promised results. This workbook delivers on all that." - Reid Wilson, author of Don't Panic "A valuable contribution to self-help resources. It is easy to read and is supplemented with many user-friendly worksheets." - Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy