Group cognitive-behavior therapy for patients failing to respond to pharmacotherapy for panic disorder: a clinical case series.

Abstract

The last decade has brought exciting advances to the treatment of panic disorder and agoraphobia, and a variety of cognitive-behavioral and pharmacologic treatment strategies offer clear benefit to patients. Nonetheless, treatment nonresponse continues to be a chronic problem, and additional strategies are needed to aid patients who do not respond fully to… (More)

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