Professional Reviews of A Layman's Guide to Managing Fear

Please read the following reviews and consider how this book can help you or someone you know. This book was read, reviewed, and approved by various professionals before it was published, and many counselors use A Layman’s Guide to Managing Fear with their clients. Get a preview of what is in this important book by checking out my articles, my blog, and some quick advice.

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“This Book Can Change Your Life!” A Layman’s Guide to Managing Fear clearly explains three research based concepts to address and overcome fear. This book was presented in a manner easy to read and comprehend. This book has the potential to change your perception and the way you view life!

Prezillic Daniels

“Stan’s Book Can Help You!” This layman’s guide provides a no frills, no nonsense approach to addressing fear and implementing change without attacking the individual – greatly improving the likelihood for sustained change and increased quality of life. It is a good and quick read and is easily incorporated into treatment plans.

Tracy Perl

“I Use Stan’s Book To Help My Clients!” I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and have used Stan’s techniques with my clients. I have found this book to be a very helpful tool as part of their treatment. I would recommend this book for counselors, individuals, pastors, or anyone in the helping profession.

Bonnie Roberts

“Stan’s Book Has Many Helpful Examples!” This book is a super quick read and provides many practical tips people can start implementing right away to help them get over their fears. I thought the examples of how the techniques work were excellent and make it easy for people to figure out how to use the techniques in their own life.

T. Stone

“Stan’s Book Can Help The Young And The Old!” Based on extensive research and personal experience with debilitating fear, Stan Popovich has thoughtfully outlined three powerful but theoretically different approaches to managing fear. Popovich addresses the spiritual, cognitive, and non-resistant methods used to combat fear and provides useful techniques and tools that empower the individual to overcome fear and anxiety. This common sense approach will be helpful to others, young or old.

Lori Vanzant

“Stan’s Book Is Inspirational And Clear!” The three categories of counseling, non-resistant methods, and spirituality are very helpful in framing the approaches to treating fear. The best treatment is using all three at the same time. There is also a resource section and tips on getting started.

T. Lucking