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76. Panic and anxiety

PERSON: woman.
DESCRIPTION: panic attacks since the adolescence; endless basal anxiety; feelings of frenzy and lack of control, rage, dizziness, headache, feeling to be ready to burst; psychotherapies useless; drugs ineffective.
APPROACH: difficult at the beginning, then catalepsy; spontaneous hallucinations about her infancy (produced on her desire to avoid my voice and go as far as possible from my office); better rapport in the following sessions; greater cooperation; more consistent results.
RESULT: fear crises only 1-2 times per week; better sleep.
UPDATE (2 months): panic attacks disappeared; anxiety under control.

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