The price is $27.50 (US dollars), around £24.00 (British pounds), a small amount to pay to resolve your problem. It’s a short e-book that outlines the specific things you need to do to get better.
People who suffer from panic attacks sometimes also suffer from agoraphobia (fear of open or crowded spaces). Treatment of agoraphobia is therefore included in this e-book.
If you’re experiencing problems with panic attacks, you cannot do better than read this e-book. It’s the next best thing to seeing Graham in person.
I used to be terrified to go out in case I suffered an attack. Now that I’m cured, thanks to Graham’s e-book, I have a life again. I’m so grateful – Martina Reed (Bucks)
Graham W Price is a Chartered Psychologist and Psychotherapist, coach, personal development trainer, hypnotherapist and NLP master practitioner. He trained in, and practices, a range of psychotherapies including humanist, psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance-action therapy (AAT), hypnotherapy and neuro-linguistic programming (NLP). He now focuses primarily on CBT, having found this to be the single most effective and rapid approach for resolving panic attacks and other psychological problems, supplemented as needed by AAT, hypnotherapy and NLP.
This has been an amazing experience. I never thought it would be so easy to resolve a problem that’s been crippling my life for 20 years. Graham’s e-book did it for me – Mark Stenson (London)
Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is now the most sought after therapy for panic attacks and other psychological problems. Its effectiveness has been proven time and again by research across the world. It is so effective, that it is now the only (or prime) approach recommended by independent authorities such as the UK National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE). If you need confirmation, ask your doctor. If s/he has kept up with just a sample of the extensive medical reporting on therapeutic research, s/he will tell you to go and find some CBT. All books in the ‘Say Goodbye’ series primarily employ CBT techniques, supplemented by AAT and NLP where appropriate.
Graham is a superb CBT practitioner and his books are life-changing – Grant Fitzpatrick (Surrey)
Other forms of anxiety, including insomnia, phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), worry, social anxiety and general anxiety are dealt with in e-books by those titles in the ‘Say Goodbye’ series (click on the topic to see details).
People who suffer from panic attacks sometimes also suffer from depression. If this is the case for you, your depression may be resolved simply by ridding yourself of panic attacks. If not, you can deal with any residual depression with the help of ‘Say Goodbye to Depression’ (click here to see details).
Graham is a wonderful therapist and his e-books are outstanding – Eve Brightman (London).
Taking it further
Once you’ve successfully resolved your panic attacks, you needn’t stop there. Graham believes passionately that everyone is entitled to lead, and has the potential to lead, an extraordinary life. To claim that right and realize our potential, he says, we need to grab life with both hands and ‘go for gold’ in every area. If there are any problems standing in our way, they can and should be resolved. If there’s anything you want to achieve or dream you could achieve, don’t hesitate. You can achieve everything in life that you want. Yes, you absolutely can.
If you’d like to know how Graham, and others he’s trained, have achieved a truly amazing life (often from very mediocre beginnings) and his advice on how you can do the same, read his e-book ‘Positive Acceptance – a practice that will change your life’.
‘Positive Acceptance’ is the most life-changing book I’ve ever read. In one e-book, Graham has taught me some simple, yet powerful, techniques that I now use every day, several times a day. The effect on my life is amazing – Margaret Erbes (Hampshire)
Or attend Graham’s free webinar teaching the skills of ‘Positive Acceptance’.
The ideas you presented are so powerful. Thanks for inspiring me.
– Monica Regan (London)
More info and making contact:
You can obtain further information on Graham’s webinars and one-to-one therapy and coaching (face-to-face or by phone) via his website www.abicord.com. You can also contact him through the website if you’d like to comment on your experience of his e-books, webinars or any of the other services he provides. Graham always appreciates feedback, or any other comments.