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Triumph Over Phobia
Getting Help


People with phobias or OCD have high anxiety and often experience panics - palpitations, ‘jelly' legs, queasiness and absolute terror. Sometimes depression is present too. The phobic sufferer tries to avoid the situation they fear, which may lead to them being unable to work or to have a social life.

The OCD sufferer usually finds that the problem invades the whole of their life, whereas the phobic sufferer sometimes escapes the problem by avoiding the situation they fear. Eventually work and home-life suffers, leading to relationship breakdown in extreme cases.

Phobia, OCD and associated panics can be helped by a structured self-treatment programme like that pioneered by Professor Isaac Marks and set out in his book Living with Fear.

PO Box 3760