Are You Struggling With Panic Attacks?

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Repeated panic attacks often qualify for a diagnosis of Panic Disorder, which includes having panic attacks and having significant fear or worry about future panic attacks. Panic attacks can present differently for people but often include a heightened sense of panic or worry, accelerated heartbeat, sweating, shaking, difficulty breathing, and chills.

Available Treatment Options

Therapy for Panic Disorder may include addressing unresolved trauma that may have led to the disorder or cognitive and behavioral interventions that allow a person to examine their unhelpful patterns of thought and triggers and respond in new ways to troubling emotions or experiences.

Therapists Who Specialize in Helping Those Who Struggle With Panic Attacks

Wisdom Within Counseling PLLC


North Carolina

My name is Laura Fisher-Caudill (she/her), and as a trauma therapist and human, I am excited to get to know you. As a highly sensitive, empathetic person with big emotions, I love helping other empathetic humans heal from past trauma.

Stephanie Mason, LMFT



Together, we will create a space of emotional safety where you feel seen, heard and understood. My specialty is in Complex Trauma, Chronic Pain, PTSD and Low Self Esteem. Call today for a free consultation!

Robert Rosolanko, LSW


New Jersey

Accomplished, multi-faceted individual with over 15 years of experience in the retail marketing industry before moving into the chemical dependency, medical coding and social work fields for the past 15 years. Proven ability to plan, administer, coordinate and execute successful programs. Strong team leader with a track record of coordinating effectively with a wide range of sources to achieve ...