The review surveys various psychological approaches to the treatment of PDA and examines the relative efficacy and clinical utility of each. The team concludes that a growing body of research demonstrates that CBT is well-tolerated, cost-effective, and produces substantial treatment gains for individuals with PDA over the short- and long-term.However, they also add that not everyone benefits, and there is room for improvement among those who do.
Citation: Landon TM, Barlow DH. Cognitive-behavioral treatment for panic disorder: current status. Journal of Psychiatric Practice. 2004 July;10 (4): pages 211-226.