Panic: Origins, Insight, and Treatment (Paperback)
Panic is not a single state with only one set of feelings and predictable emotions. The essays and articles in this book span various disciplines--psychology, medicine, literature, and history--tied together by the common thread of panic, including how it is manifested in culture, tradition, and experience, and its differing treatments. Included are original as well as previously published writings by Peter A. Levine, Paul Pitchford, and Kim Newman.
About the Author
Brooke Warner is publisher of She Writes Press, founder of Warner Coaching Inc., former Executive Editor of Seal Press, and author of What's Your Book? A Step-by-Step Guide to Get You from Inspiration to Published Author. Brooke's expertise is in traditional and new publishing, and she is an equal advocate for publishing with a traditional house and self-publishing. What's Your Book? was a finalist for the Foreword Reviews Book of the Year Award for 2012 and her website was selected by the Association of Independent Authors as a winner of "Best Websites for Independent Authors." She lives and works in Berkeley, California. Find Brooke at www.shewritespress.com and www.warnercoaching.com.
"Panic: Origins, Insight, and Treatment scopes out broad and seldom explored realms. It may be a beginning in mapping out that vital territory, a critical need in these uncertain and turbulent times."
—Peter A. Levine, from the Foreword