When Panic Attacks
How to take control of anxiety and panic
Hundreds of thousands of people in Ireland suffer from panic attacks and anxiety, but many struggle to access any meaningful help for these conditions.
Prompted by years of working with patients suffering from panic attacks and struck by just how common and debilitating they were, medical doctor and psychotherapist Dr Áine Tubridy first published When Panic Attacks in 2003. Grounded in years of clinical experience and research, it has been a bestseller ever since – because her methods work.
A true visionary in the crusade for mental health, Dr Tubridy uses pioneering mind–body medicine methods to alleviate panic and anxiety, encouraging patients to understand the root cause of their symptoms and to make tangible and fundamental changes at every level of life — physical, emotional, mental and spiritual — opening up the possibility of extensive and permanent healing.
In an increasingly fear-driven society, this book is more relevant than ever.
Paperback, 304 pages
Country of Origin
216 x 135 mm
By Áine Tubridy
Dr Áine Tubridy was a medical doctor with a Masters in Psychotherapy from University College, Dublin. She specialised in the management of anxiety and panic at the Menninger Centre in Kansas, incorporating biofeedback technology and relaxation training, and brought this expertise to the cardiac rehabilitation programme at St Vincent’s Hospital, Dublin. She also had a practice at the Institute of Psychosocial Medicine in Dun Laoghaire. Dr Tubridy died in 2011, leaving three children, Derry, Aidan and Paula who write a preface to this edition.