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Agoraphobia Treatment Overview

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Care Plan


First steps to consider

  • It’s important to see a healthcare provider to get a diagnosis of agoraphobia and discuss a treatment plan. See a primary care provider, psychiatrist, or a behavioral health provider (psychologist or social worker).
  • Agoraphobia is often best treated with a combination of talk therapy and medication.

Emergency Care

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If you have thoughts or plans of hurting yourself or someone else, go to the ER or call 911 or 988 (the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline).

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