Do You Suffer FromPanic Attacks?Oxford University OffersCognitive-behavioural therapy sessions.Do you keep experiencing very strong physicalsymptoms like heart racing, breathlessness,dizziness or nausea? Are these symptoms relatedto strong fear of having a heart attack, fainting,suffocating, or going mad? Has your GP suggestedthat these symptoms might be of psychological origin?You could have panic disorder.Cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) is an effectiveway of regaining control, independence and life quality.The Department of Psychiatry at the University ofOxford offers a single session of CBT as part ofa research project to identify the underlying brainmechanisms of successful therapy.If you are interested in participating, and for moreinformation, please contact us directly.Time and travel expenses are reimbursed.Contact: Dr. Andrea Reinecke phone: 01865 618320e-mail:andrea.reinecke@psych.ox.ac.ukUNIVERSITY OF OXFORDDEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY

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Do You Suffer From Panic Attacks? Oxford University Offers Cognitive-behavioural therapy sessions. Do you keep experiencing very strong physical symptoms like heart racing, breathlessness, dizziness or nausea? Are these symptoms related to strong fear of having a heart attack, fainting, suffocating, or going mad? Has your GP suggested that these symptoms might be of psychological origin? You could have panic disorder. Cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) is an effective way of regaining control, independence and life quality. The Department of Psychiatry at the University of Oxford offers a single session of CBT as part of a research project to identify the underlying brain mechanisms of successful therapy. If you are interested in participating, and for more information, please contact us directly. Time and travel expenses are reimbursed. Contact: Dr. Andrea Reinecke phone: 01865 618320 e-mail:andrea.reinecke@psych.ox.ac.uk UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY