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This “Stop Panic Attacks” program is NOT a replacement for any treatment you may be receiving at present from your health provider. Anyone suffering from a psychiatric illness should consult with their physician before embarking on any program.
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The testimonials represent the many successful outcomes of clients using the method. While I believe that the method gives you the best chance to free yourself from anxiety, no successful outcome from using the method can be guaranteed. Everyone’s anxiety story is UNIQUE, many people suffer from anxiety that is associated with a more serious psychiatric disorder (diagnosed or not) and many suffer from anxiety due to serious trauma in the past. The METHOD of the program is not unique to the program.