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Resources for patients and families

Helping someone else overcome a phobia


Triumph Over Phobia
(TOP UK) 01225 330 353
Email: triumphoverphobia@compuserve.com.
Structured self-help groups for sufferers from phobias or Obsessive-compulsive disorder. It produces self-help materials.

Stresswatch Scotland 01563 528 910 (helpline 10am–1pm, Monday–Friday, excluding Wednesday)
Advice, information, materials on panic, anxiety, stress and phobias. 

Fear Fighter http://www.fearfighter.com.
Self-help guidance plus option of live helpline advice if you get stuck.
Leaflets are available from the Royal College of Psychiatrists (http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk): Anxiety and Phobias, and Social Phobias.

Living With Fear, 2nd edition, by Isaac Marks. McGraw Hill, 2001, tel: 01628 252700, Email: orders@mcgraw-hill.co.uk.
Self-help manual.

Painfully Shy: How to Overcome Social Anxiety by B Markway. Griffin, 2001

Triumph Over Shyness: Conquering Shyness & Social Anxiety by M Stein. McGraw–Hill, 2003
Available as an e book, which can be download from Amazon.

Last edited: 4/2/2004


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