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Mary Ellen Popkin

Anxiety Disorder Workbook

Anxiety Disorder Workbook
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Published by Awe-Struck
ISBN: 1587492873
Mary Ellen has a BA from Marymount College. She also did some graduate course work at MCP Hahnemann University in Art & Dance Therapy. For over 10 years she was an ice skating coach. Later she became a District Manager for a Fortune 50 Company. She accomplished these things despite being diagnosed with Anxiety Disorder. Upon graduation from Marymount College Mary Ellen's father had terminal cancer and she chose to help her family care for him at home. He died of cancer approximately ten months later but the experience left her with an original diagnosis of Separation Anxiety. Her attacks increased and she had GAD, Panic Attacks and Agoraphobia which left her housebound for nearly 7 months.
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Health/Medicine , How-To , Psychology , Self-Help
 
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From: Mary Ellen Popkin (miminy77@yahoo.com) 2009-03-11

Reviews "As a psychologist, I have worked with thousands of people suffering from severe anxiety. I have never ceased to be amazed and humbled by their courage. Let me explain. For me, driving along the highway is an ordinary act, needing no bravery. For Mary Ellen Popkin, it used to be an act of mind-numbing terror - and yet, she did it when she needed to. Courage is not the absence of fear, but the act of overcoming it...Mary Ellen is a hero, for not only has she defeated the monster Anxiety, but also she has written a guide for fellow sufferers...Often, personal accounts of recovery are just that: perhaps touching, emotionally powerful, but, well, not much use to anyone else. The Anxiety Disorder Workbook is not like that. As the title suggests, it is a tool for defeating anxiety. I was pleased to find a list of techniques very close to those I use with my clients, each clearly explained, each leading to explicitly set out exercises...I thoroughly recommend it to anyone who is pestered by anxiety in any of its forms, and for friends or relations of sufferers." Reviewed by Dr. Bob Rich, psychologist for more than 30 years