Guest: Debra Kissen, Clinical Psychologist, Executive Director of Light on Anxiety Treatment Center
In the moment that you realize you’ve lost control of your car and will crash, your heart might race, your mind might go blank, you might gasp for air or start shaking. If you’ve ever felt those things and weren’t in immediate danger, it may have been a panic attack. Millions of Americans suffer from them enough to be diagnosed with panic disorder. The first attack often comes in adolescence.