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Overcoming Animal & Insect Phobias: How to Conquer Fear of Dogs, Snakes, Rodents, Bees, Spiders & More

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Anthony, Martin, McCabe, Randi. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications, Inc. , 2005. (Book, Online)
Audience
Patient or Public
Agency
BC Children's and Women's
As the makers of blockbuster movies like The Birds, Jaws and Arachnophobia well know, animal fears are the most commonly reported phobias. Some 6 percent of Americans suffer from diagnosable animal phobia at any given time, and 11 percent will experience an episode at some time in their lives. Near…
Title
Overcoming Animal & Insect Phobias: How to Conquer Fear of Dogs, Snakes, Rodents, Bees, Spiders & More
Author
Anthony, Martin
McCabe, Randi
Place
Oakland, CA
Publisher
New Harbinger Publications, Inc.
Year Published
2005
Physical Description
PDF file: 157 pages
Topics
Fear
Phobic Disorders
Anxiety
Insect Bites and Stings
Anxiety. Anxiety Disorders
Abstract
As the makers of blockbuster movies like The Birds, Jaws and Arachnophobia well know, animal fears are the most commonly reported phobias. Some 6 percent of Americans suffer from diagnosable animal phobia at any given time, and 11 percent will experience an episode at some time in their lives. Nearly three quarters of animal phobia sufferers are women, and most symptoms of animal phobia come on in childhood. Since most people with animal phobias experience panic attacks when they encounter certain animals, these fears can cause victims to lose significant quality of life. Fortunately, specific phobias are among the most responsive of anxiety disorders to behavior therapy, the research-proven treatment adapted for self-help readers in this book. Readers first learn about their phobia, where it comes from, what factors influence it, and how best to prepare for treatment. Then they learn to confront and overcome their animal and insect phobia. These techniques are effective and fast. The book includes information about avoiding relapse and helping someone else who suffers from an animal phobia
ISBN
978-1-57224-388-0
Material Type
Book
Online
Agency
BC Children's and Women's
URL
https://martinantony.com/wp-content/uploads/Overcoming-Animal-Phobias.pdf
Audience
Patient or Public
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No more secrets for me: Sexual abuse is a secret no child should have to keep!

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Wachter, Oralee, Aaron, Jane (Illustrator). Boston, MA: Little, Brown and Company , 2002. (Book) — 1 copy, 1 available
Audience
Patient or Public
Agency
BC Children's and Women's
Location
Family Support & Resource Centre
Call Number
JUNIOR CE 610 WAC 2002
In four separate stories on the theme of sexual abuse of children, young victims are able to articulate their feelings and defend themselves, often with the help of another person whom they trust.
Title
No more secrets for me: Sexual abuse is a secret no child should have to keep!
Author
Wachter, Oralee
Aaron, Jane (Illustrator)
Place
Boston, MA
Publisher
Little, Brown and Company
Year Published
2002
Physical Description
Paperback, 48 pages
Topics
Child Sexual Abuse-Prevention
Child Sexual Abuse
Picture Books
Abstract
In four separate stories on the theme of sexual abuse of children, young victims are able to articulate their feelings and defend themselves, often with the help of another person whom they trust.
Notes
Ages 7-12
ISBN
0316990426
Language
English
Material Type
Book
Agency
BC Children's and Women's
Location
Family Support & Resource Centre
Audience
Patient or Public
Call Number
JUNIOR CE 610 WAC 2002
Copy 1 BC Children's and Women's Family Support & Resource Centre Available
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