Our team presented at the 2018 ADAA Conference on Treatment Resistant Panic Disorder: A Multidisciplinary Multimodality Approach. You can access the audio recording of our session here with the below login credentials.
We hope you find the recording of our presentation helpful and informative!
Dr. Christiane Blanco-Oilar, PhD, Center for the Treatment of Anxiety and Mood Disorders
Joseph Brand, PhD, Center for the Treatment of Anxiety and Mood Disorder
Ryan Seidman, PsyD, Center for the Treatment of Anxiety and Mood Disorders
Dr. Andrew Rosen, PHD, Center for the Treatment of Anxiety and Mood Disorders
Millions of people across the country suffer from a variety of anxiety disorders. The typical disorder is characterized by extreme fear, nervousness, or worry that leads a person to avoid specific places or activities. Dr. Andrew Rosen, a Boca Raton psychologist, notes that one of the most commonly known fears is a fear of flying. He says that, as with any anxiety, there is an irrational exaggeration of the possibility of something bad happening even though the risk of being hurt or killed in a plane crash is one in many millions. Additionally, a fear of flying can involve several components of anxiety that are not specific to airplanes. These components can include:
The physical and emotional symptoms associated with a fear of flying are similar to those seen in most anxiety disorders. The physiological symptoms can include:
The psychological symptoms can include:
The Boca Raton psychologist says there are many coping strategies that can be effective when working through a fear of flying, such as:
The fear of flying can be a debilitating anxiety but it can certainly be treated and overcome. For more information on this or other anxiety disorders and their treatment methods, contact Boca Raton psychologist, Dr. Andrew Rosen at 561-496-1094 or email Dr. Rosen today.