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Sunday Evening: Anxiety & Panic Support Group Phone Call

Old School Vintage TelephoneThis evening, long-time panic attack sufferer Grace is holding her monthly anxiety, panic, and phobia support group phone call. (You may remember me posting about this before when I was invited to speak on the call.)

The call will take place at 6 p.m. EST this evening (Sunday, January 8th) and all anxiety and panic sufferers are invited to call in. There is no charge for attending the conference call — but keep in mind that the phone number uses a California area code and not a toll-free number, so your normal charges for calling California’s 559 area code will apply.

Here’s the phone number and access code:

  • 1-559-546-1700
  • Access code 640024#

As a caller, you have the option of participating by introducing yourself and explaining a little bit about your situation. If you don’t feel comfortable participating and would just like to listen instead, that’s fine too.

After the introductions and sharing time, Grace either introduces a guest speaker or leads the group in various meditation and breathwork exercises.

Hope to see (hear?) you all there!
Creative Commons License photo credit: Eva Luedin

Sunday Evening: Anxiety & Panic Support Group Phone Call

Summer Beretsky

Summer Beretsky enjoys writing about her experiences with anxiety, panic, and Paxil. She had her first panic attack as an undergrad at Lycoming College and plenty more while she worked toward her M.A. in Communication from the University of Delaware. She contributes to the World of Psychology blog here on PsychCentral and has written for the Los Angeles Times. You can follow her on Twitter @summerberetsky.

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Beretsky, S. (2012). Sunday Evening: Anxiety & Panic Support Group Phone Call. Psych Central. Retrieved on August 14, 2020, from


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