Panic Attacks: What Are the Symptoms And What Are Helpful Ways Of Addressing Them?

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Dave Carbonell, PhD
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What is a Panic Attack?
Thursday, June 10, 2021 1:00 pm
- 2:00 pm ET

A panic attack is the sum of its different symptoms. All too often, people feel so overwhelmed by the overall experience of panic that they don’t see how to break it into its component parts. Training yourself to identify and respond to the various types of symptoms is a powerful way to disarm a panic attack in the moment it occurs, and a way to reduce the likelihood of additional attacks in the future.

This webinar shows you how to do exactly that. Having a practical plan with which to meet the fearful experience of a panic attack will give you the confidence you need to gradually transform panic attacks from an ongoing threat to an unpleasant memory. 


ADAA professional members - please note that this is webinar for ADAA's public community and is not eligible for CE/CME credits.

Presenter(s) Biography

Dave Carbonell, PhD

David Carbonell, PhD

Member Since 2003

David Carbonell, PhD. is a Clinical Psychologist who specializes in treating anxiety. He is the author of four self- help books:  Panic Attacks Workbook, The Worry Trick, Fear of Flying Workbook, and Outsmart Your Anxious Brain: Ten Simple Ways to Beat the Worry Trick. 

Dr. Carbonell is the “coach” of a popular self-help site where you can find his books: https://www.anxietycoach.com. He has taught workshops on the treatment of anxiety disorders to more than 10,000 therapists in the U.S. and abroad.  He received his doctorate in clinical psychology from DePaul University in Chicago in 1985 and has maintained a practice devoted to the treatment of anxiety disorders in Chicago since 1990. In his spare time, he is the founding member of The Therapy Players, an improvisational comedy troupe of professional psychotherapists in the Chicago area.

Dr. Carbonell and ADAA

"I was a newly licensed psychologist in 1987, in my first job in a Chicago suburb, and volunteered to facilitate a local anxiety self-help group. That was my introduction to everything about anxiety disorders that I hadn’t learned in graduate school. What an education it was! I first learned of ADAA there (it was the Phobia Society of America at that time). Eager to learn more, I attended my first conference probably 1987 or ’88, in San Francisco, and was really dazzled by my first Reid Wilson workshop, among others. The conferences for me, and the educational resources for clients and consumers. And I’ve met some great people.”

“In the beginning, it gave me a clinical focus when it was quite rare to specialize in anxiety disorder treatment, and that has really defined my career.”

Dave Carbonell, PhD is a Clinical Psychologist who specializes in treating anxiety. He is the author of four self- help books: Panic Attacks Workbook, The Worry Trick, Fear of Flying Workbook, and Outsmart Your Anxious Brain: 10 Simple Ways to Beat the Worry Trick. He is the “coach” of the popular self-help site, anxietycoach.com, and has taught workshops on the treatment of anxiety disorders to more than 10,000 therapists in the U.S. and abroad.  He received his doctorate in clinical psychology from DePaul University in Chicago in 1985 and has maintained a practice devoted to the treatment of anxiety disorders in Chicago since 1990. In his spare time, he is the founding member of The Therapy Players, an improvisational comedy troupe of professional psychotherapists in the Chicago area."

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