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1. Nichols, K. M. (1997, November 3). Panic attacks shatter security: They grip millions of Americans. Los Angeles: Daily News, Valley LA Life, L3.
Luckily, using a special technique called EMDR (eye movement, desensitization, reprocessing) developed by Dr. Francine Shapiro of Monterey, the woman's fears left her after one session and she was able to return to normal life.
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(1997, December 16). When panic strikes, look deep inside for an underlying cause. Buffalo, NY: The Buffalo News, C1
(1997, November 4). Key to overcoming anxiety attacks is to confront fears. Columbia, SC: The State, Final, Health Science, D1 [3 pages]
(1997, November 2). Panic. Harrisburg, PA: The Patriot-News, Final, Living, I01
(1997, November 24). Panic attacks. Cedar-Rapids/Iowa City, IA: The Gazette, C, 1
(1997, November 10). Panic attacks crush victims. St. Louis, MO: St. Louis Post-Dispatch, E4 [2 pages]
(1997, November 16). When panic strikes. Chicago, IL: Post-Tribune, All, Lifestyle, D3 [3 pages]
(1997, November 23). Counseling said key to curing panic attacks. Baton Rouge, LA: The Advocate, People, 11-H [2 pages]
(1998, February 24). Turn the table on panic attacks. Piedmont Triad, NC: The News & Record
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2. Neubauer, I. (2005, May 7-8). Searching for answers: The cousin of a US national killed by the Khmer Rouge seeks closure in Cambodia. The Cambodian Daily. Retreived from http://www.camnet.com.kh/cambodia.daily/selected_features/cd-07-05-05.htm on September 22, 2011.
Discouraged with conventional psychiatry, Bittner sought a practitioner of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing. The process is "the most effective and rapid method for treating post-traumatic stress disorder and has been used extensively to treat survivor's of the Sept 11, 2001, terror attacks in the US," according to BioLateral.com, an EMDR Web Site. [Excerpt]
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