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in.news.yahoo.com — “'Parental stress may be behind anxiety disorders in women' on Yahoo! News India. Washington, August 23 (ANI): A woman's risk of anxiety and dysfunctional social behaviour may depend on the experiences of her parents, particularly fathers, when they were young, a study in mice conducted by researchers at Tufts University School of Medicine (TUSM) has suggested.” View full resource at in.news.yahoo.com
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news.yahoo.com — “Read 'In Mental Illness, Women Internalize and Men Externalize' on Yahoo! News. Women are more likely to develop anxiety and mood disorders such as depression, while men's mental health issues are more likely to involve antisocial personality and substance abuse disorders, a new study says.” View full resource at news.yahoo.com
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With over 30 years of experience practicing psychology, Dr. Stephen Blumberg specializes in the treatment of panic disorder. He has treated over 5,000 patients and has developed a step-by-step approach to taking control of panic that is available for the first time ever outside his office with the panicLINK program.
Dr. Blumberg received his PhD in clinical psychology from The Florida State University and completed an internship in Behavioral Medicine in the Department of Medical Psychology at the University of Oregon Medical School. He also received a certificate in Behavior Therapy from Temple University School of Medicine.
He uses his experience as a clinical instructor, health psychologist, behavioral science consultant, staff psychologist and published writer.
Peter Brown is a Clinical Psychologist with a private practice and consultancy in Brisbane, Australia. He has 20 years of experience in child, adult and family psychology. He is the co-founder of Christian Wholeness Counselling Services and enjoys researching issues of the brain & mind, reading and seeking out new books and resources for himself and his clients.