Crisis intervention techniques for panic disorder
Panic disorder is estimated to affect more than 4% of the U.S. population. It is assumed that this incident rate increases during crisis situations. While the professional literature is replete with references on the treatment of panic disorders, few authors address the use of nondrug treatment in conjunction with crisis intervention. This article provides an overview of the latest nonpharmacologic interventions for panic along with a description of their effectiveness in reducing the onset of symptomatology as well as preventing relapse during crisis.
Original Work Citation
Dattilio, F. M. (2001). Crisis intervention techniques for panic disorder. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 55(3), 388-405
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