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Soar


Soar
  • Author : Tom Bunn
  • Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
  • Release : 2013-10-01
  • ISBN : 9781493000692
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Captain Bunn founded SOAR to develop effective methods for dealing with flight anxiety. Therapists who have found this phobia difficult to treat will find everything they need to give their clients success. Anxious flyers who have “tried everything” to no avail can look forward to joining the nearly 10,000 graduates of the SOAR program who now have the whole world open to them as they fly anxiety free wherever they want. This approach begins by explaining how anxiety, claustrophobia, and panic are caused when noises, motions—or even the thought of flying—trigger excessive stress hormones. Then, to stop this problem, Captain Bunn takes the reader step-by-step through exercises that permanently and automatically control these feelings. He also explains how flying works, why it is safe, and teaches flyers how to strategically plan their flight, choose the right airlines, meet the captain, and so on. Through this program, Captain Bunn has helped thousands overcome their fear of flying. Now his book arms readers with the information they need to control their anxiety and fly comfortably.

Fear of Flying


Fear of Flying
  • Author : Erica Jong
  • Publisher : Plume Books
  • Release : 1975-10
  • ISBN : 0452251060
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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The 40th anniversary reissue of the #1 New York Times bestselling novel Fear of Flying, with a new introduction by New York Times bestselling author Jennifer WeinerOriginally published in 1973 by Holt, Reinhardt and Winston, Fear of Flying, the internationally bestselling story of Isadora Wing by Erica Jong, coined a new phrase for a sex act and launched a new way of thinking about gender, sexuality, and liberty in our society. On the 40th anniversary of its initial publication, we, the original publisher, are reissuing this seminal work with a new introduction by Jennifer Weiner. An NPR Best Book of 2013

Flying Without Fear


Flying Without Fear
  • Author : Duane Brown
  • Publisher :
  • Release : 1996
  • ISBN : 0760715440
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Fear of Flying Workbook


Fear of Flying Workbook
  • Author : David Carbonell
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Release : 2017-11-03
  • ISBN : 9781612437446
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Leads readers step-by-step with proven techniques that finally make it possible to conquer their fear of flying You’ve tried to face your fear of flying, but the harder you try to control it, the worse it gets. This book teaches how to work constructively with your brain so you can address your anxiety in different ways that truly help you let go of the fear. Packed with hands-on exercises, this book helps you better understand both the anticipatory anxiety prior to a flight as well as the fear experienced on board—and provides the tools needed to successfully fill the role of passenger, including: • Questionnaires and fill-in-the-blanks • Pre-flight checklists and practice flight itinerary • In-flight panic journal and symptom graphs • Symptom and response inventories • Breathing and meditation exercises Drawing from exposure therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy, the methods in this book will help you: • Understand how you became afraid • Discard safety objects and behaviors • Identify signal fears and false alarms • Use the AWARE steps onboard the plane • Recognize and respond to symptoms • Restore your ability to fly and travel

Psychological Perspectives on Fear of Flying


Psychological Perspectives on Fear of Flying
  • Author : Lucas van Gerwen
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 2017-03-02
  • ISBN : 9781351907934
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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This is the first authoritative work to examine the psychological determinants and effects associated with the 'fear of flying'. The contents include: · the extent and nature of the problem of fear of flying; · understanding public perceptions of safety associated with flying; · assessment of clients; psychological treatment approaches; · the use of specific interventions (e.g. virtual reality) and clinical case studies. It is an up-to-date and wide-ranging handbook, covering theory, research and practice. The international panel of authors are all experienced researchers and clinicians, and are leaders in their respective fields. The book is intended for those who work professionally in commercial and military aviation. This includes aviation psychologists, aerospace medical/nursing personnel, flying instructors, clinical psychologists and psychiatrists and those involved in fear of flying programs. A secondary audience includes researchers, professionals with an interest in anxiety/phobia, travel health clinic nurses and counsellors/therapists. Those who have a fear of flying themselves will also find the contents of interest.