Fear of terrorism


This is a post from 2015 on how we can be more rational in responding to our fears of terrorism. 

Certainly terrorism is a horrible thing and the victims have suffered from a significant evil, but in evaluating your own risk, we might want to look at how we may feed into our fears by irrational appraisals of risk.


Best, Noah

Noah Clyman, LCSW-R, ACT

Academy of Cognitive Therapy (ACT) Diplomate & Fellow
Certified Trainer/Consultant & Credentialing Committee Member
Clinical Director, NYC Cognitive Therapy
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