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Author:
Edmund Ph.D. Bourne
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978-1567313826
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Mjf Books (June 1, 2000)
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Edmund Bourne's book on Healing Fear brings a totally new approach to the subject. Healing Fear does have some similarities to his previous books but it has evolved and expanded.

Edmund Bourne's book on Healing Fear brings a totally new approach to the subject. I've only read a third of it so far but from what I have read I can say that it's full of great ideas that have nothing to do with forcing ones self to face terribly frightening experiences. Bourne now believes that there are far more circumstances when medication may be appropriate and even necessary.

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A crisis in 1995 forced him to look beyond the techniques discussed in his earlier book.

For 30 years, Dr. Bourne used the methods described in his workbook to ward off persistent and obsessive thoughts. A crisis in 1995 forced him to look beyond the techniques discussed in his earlier book

Since then he has experienced a deep personal transformation and a new sense of serenity and optimism that he believes can be attained by anyone with a similar problem. A complete and lasting recovery from Anxiety in one book. com User, May 7, 2001.

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He was the director of The Anxiety and Treatment Center in San Jose and Santa Rosa, California. In 1990, Edmund Bourne published The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook, a self-help book that won the Benjamin Franklin Book Award for Excellence in Psychology. Healing Fear: New Approaches to Overcoming Anxiety (1998).

by Edmund J. Bourne, P. Extinguishing Anxiety: Whole Brain Strategies to Relieve Fear and Stress. Overcoming Anxiety: From Short-Term Fixes to Long-Term Recovery. by Catherine M. Pittman and Elizabeth Karle, (248 pages, paperback), South Bend, IN: Foliadeux Press, 2009. This is a casually written and quite readable self-help book that gives the simple neurological underpinnings of anxiety and the fear response.

Edmund J. The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook. Healing Fear: New Approaches to Overcoming Anxiety. He was the director of The Anxiety and Treatment Center in San Jose and Santa Rosa, California. He lives and practices in Florida and California.

In 1990, Edmund Bourne published "The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook," a self-help guide that won the Benjamin Franklin Book Award for Excellence in Psychology and became the standard work in the field. What readers of that book didn't know was that Bourne had serious problems with anxiety himself -- an obsessive-compulsive disorder that became completely debilitating a few years earlier.
  • I really liked this book. I felt that it genuinely understood the world in which we live today and it offered a ton of really helpful and profound insights into the causes of our fears and how to go about dealing with them in a mature way. Some of the advice is a little hokey and I gotta say, it seemed suspiciously akin to the fictional piece of literature from the movie "Donnie Darko" supposedly written by Jim Cunningham (Patrick Swayze) called "Controlling fear." It actually makes the comparison between Love and Fear in exactly the same way as the movie does. Very weird but nevertheless, the book does, in my estimation, have a lot of valuable ideas, insights, and plans of action for fearful people. If you have difficulty with anxiety, as I do, this book is for you. I originally dealt with my anxiety problems by going to shrinks and therapists (which this book does not discourage but it does recommend alternative treatments) when I was younger and they would constantly change my diagnosis and adjust my pharmacological cocktail until I couldn't tell up from down anymore. This book advocates a more natural approach, which I think is great and so much better than relying on corrupt drug companies who just want to sell more drugs to deal with your mental issues. If you've had enough of big pharma and the mental health bureaucracy of bullshit, buy this book. You won't regret it.

  • This is a great book and I'm truly enjoying it. It arrived on time and was in very good condition; like new. Edmund Bourne's book on Healing Fear brings a totally new approach to the subject. I've only read a third of it so far but from what I have read I can say that it's full of great ideas that have nothing to do with forcing ones self to face terribly frightening experiences. He discusses exercise, diet, meditation and abdominal breathing among many others that I haven't gotten to yet.. He explains how abdominal breathing, if practiced for 10 minutes, three times a day, can cause the relaxation you feel during the breathing exercises to flow into the rest of your life. In about three weeks you will be able to feel the difference.

    Mr. Bourne's kindness comes through in his writing, causing me to feel less anxious just reading his book. I love this book and I'm glad I bought it. You won't regret buying this book.

  • This is a good book. If you've had cognitive behavioral therapy (self talk) this book is based on these principles. He stresses finding stress free living to a rational degree. As with any therapy, you have to be ready and willing to make the changes that you've determined to be helpful for you. This book has a phobia and anxiety workbook you can purchase separately. If you're reading this book synopsis you know there is no magic pill for anxiety. But u learn a panic attack or anxiety will not last 24/7. This books gives u ways to work through this. I would recommend.

  • I really like this book. I had one and lost it, so this is my second one.
    It has a lot of good, positive advice.

  • Dr. Bourne has an excellent track record for providing real help for real people, and this book is no exception. I always love it when a self-help author is willing to put his own story out there, and Dr. Bourne does so in a way that helps readers know that they are not alone with whatever degree or variety of anxiety that haunts them.
    As a psychotherapist and author who also teaches about overcoming fear's control in our lives, I have tremendous respect for Dr. Bourne's well-thought out, thorough approach to the subject. He is not a "one technique fits all" kind of author, but instead offers a very complete catalog of options from which to choose.
    Last, but not least, Healing Fear has something many self-help books don't have: humility. Dr. Bourne understands that cognitive/behavioral techniques are very powerful in the face of fear and anxieties, but he includes respectful and intelligent information about the value of medication and of spiritual practice. This is a book to which I never hesitate to refer a client, friend or family member.
    -Thom Rutledge, Author of Embracing Fear (HarperSanFancisco)

  • Although the title of my review may sound a little cliche and gaudy it is actually not far from the truth. Having read the excellent Anxiety and Phobia Workbooks and gaining immense insight from them, I was eager to read one more book from Edmund Bourne. This book is an excellent read/resource for a number of reasons. Bourne, himself has suffered from anxiety for over 30 years and in the first part of the book he shares his struggles with the reader which gives us a sense of connection with him. Healing Fear does have some similarities to his previous books but it has evolved and expanded. Bourne now believes that there are far more circumstances when medication may be appropriate and even necessary. Also, there is a section on herbs which are relatively new to western civilization in the treatmentment of anxiety. Something else that is different about this book is the second section which has some definite ties to spirituality. Developing Your Observing Self is one of the most powerful and meaningful chapters that I have ever read in any book. Additionally, the numerous forms of relaxation are discussed as well as finding meaning in life. There are undoubtable ties between these subjects and lasting recovery from anxiety. True recovery ofter requires a shift in the way we look at things and the pace at which we live our lives. Incorporating a certain amount of relaxation and thought calming in our everyday lives is in many cases very necessary to our complete and full recovery from anxiety. In the last chapter there is a list of things to do everyday to avoid an accumulation of stress and there is a complete appendix to the book filled with suggested readings that are inspiring. Healing Fear does just what the title says it does and you will not be disappointed with your purchase.