Adrenaline & Stress, Hart, A. (1995) Word
Anxiety and Its Disorders. Barlow, D. (1988) Guilford
Anxiety and Phobia Workbook, The: Bourne, E. J., (1990) MJF Books
Anxiety Disorders and Phobias: A Cognitive Perspective: Beck, A. T. and Emery, G. (1985). Basic Books Anxiety Cure, The. Hart, A. D., (1999), Word
Attachments: Why You Love, Feel and Act the Way You Do. Clinton, T., and Sibcy, G. (2002). Integrity
Be Anxious For Nothing: The Art of Casting Your Cares and Resting in God: Joyce Meyer, (1998), Harrison House.
Conquering Fear, Randau, K., (1991). Word Publishing
Don’t Panic: Taking Control of Anxiety Attacks. Wilson, R. (1996) HarperCollins
Dying of Embarrassment: Help for Social Anxiety and Phobia. Markway, B. G. et al (1992) New Harbinger Essential Arnold Lazarus, The. Dryden, W. (Ed.) (1991) Whurr Publishers
Feeling Good Handbook, The. Burns, D.C., (1989). William Morrow
Feeling Confident: How to Conquer Anxiety, Fears and Phobias. In, The Feeling Good Handbook: How to Use the New Mood Therapy for Everyday Living. Burns. D. (1989). William Morrow
Helping Worriers, Resources for Strategic Pastoral Counseling: Beck, J. & Moore, D. (1994) Baker Books
In the Minds Eye: The Power of Imagery for Personal Enrichment. Lazarus, A. (1984) Guilford
Mind Over Mood, Greenberger, D. & Padesky, C. (1995) Guilford
Overcoming Anxiety, without Tranquilizers: A groundbreaking program for treating chronic anxiety: Drummond, E. H. (1997) Dutton Books
Overcoming Lifes Toughest Problems: Hindson, E. (1999) Harvest.
Overcoming Worry and Fear, Hauck, P. (1976) Westminster John Knox Press
Overcomers Recovery Guide, A Practical Guide to Victory through Christ, (1993) Zondervan. Incorporates a Christ-centered approach To the twelve Steps
Worry: Hope and Help for a Common Condition: Hallowell, E. M. (1997) Ballantine Books.
Worry Free Living: Minirth, F. Meier, P. and Hawkins, D. (1990). Thomas Nelson
Your Perfect Right: A Guide to Assertive Living. Albertic, R. E. and Emmons, M. L. I1974). Impact Books. See section on reducing anxiety in social settings.