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Dr. Michael J. Telch

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Professor of Psychology

University of Texas at Austin
1 University Station B6600
Austin, Texas 78712
United States

Company Description: The University of Texas at Austin, the largest component of The University of Texas System, is a major research university and home to more than 48,000 students,...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Member, Department of Psychology
    University of Texas at Austin
  • Founder and Director of the Laboratory
    Study
  • Psychologist and Founder of the Laboratory
    Study
  • Professor of Psychology
    University of Texas
  • Anxiety Specialist
    University of Texas
  • Professor of Psychology, Director
    Laboratory for the Study of Anxiety Disorders

Education

  • PH.D.
49 Total References
Web References
Dr. Michael Telch of the ...
www.first-takeuk.com, 1 April 2014 [cached]
Dr. Michael Telch of the Department of Psychology at The University of Texas at Austin has been studying the anxieties of Americans since 1982. In his research there’s been a phobia that time and again has come up as the thing more people are scared of than anything else, ranking even above the fear of death.
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Dr. Michael Telch of the Department of Psychology at The University of Texas at Austin has been studying the anxieties of Americans since 1982. In his research there’s been a phobia that time and again has come up as the thing more people are scared of than anything else, ranking even above the fear of death.
Michael J. Telch, ...
reportingtexas.com, 15 May 2012 [cached]
Michael J. Telch, psychologist and founder of the Laboratory for the Study of Anxiety Disorders at UT-Austin, said half of all phobias are the result of a traumatic childhood experience.
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Telch said phobias can also be "contracted" through "vicarious experience," a learned response from exposure to others' reactions.
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Telch said he is not surprised that trypophobia has received little attention but noted that that should not stop sufferers from seeking help.
"There are millions of other phobias that are not considered phobias, but they definitely exist," he said.
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Telch, whose phobia therapy sessions have been documented by National Geographic, said most phobias can be treated using exposure therapy.
September 2009
www.greatlifetechnologies.com, 1 Sept 2009 [cached]
This on-line questionnaire is being developed by Dr. Michael Telch, founder and director of the Laboratory for the Study of Anxiety Disorders at the University of Texas - Austin. Dr. Telch has been studying anxiety disorders for more than 25 years and is internationally recognized as a leading authority of anxiety research. He is also an expert on PTSD research and is currently involved in a large study for the military that is examining PTSD susceptibility factors.
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The founders, Richard and Sally Crawford, have just returned from shooting video footage about the research study on reducing anxiety using the Pure Awareness Techniques that is currently underway in Austin under the direction of Dr. Telch.
"There are certain reactions that are ...
www.kvue.com, 15 Oct 2013 [cached]
"There are certain reactions that are very common," said Dr. Michael Telch, a University of Texas professor of psychology.
Whether you see trauma first hand, or on the news, Dr. Telch said don't hide your reaction.
"It could be guilt. It could be anger, sadness, and sometimes even shame," he said.
It's also not uncommon to have trouble sleeping, initially. For most people those feelings will subside, but not for everyone.
"To the extent the child expresses some very significant personal thread connected to what they've heard or what they've experienced that would be a red flag," said Dr. Telch.
Talk to your children. Dr. Telch says parents should keep in mind that when they're children are struggling, there are often signs.
"They should look for avoidance. Notice a change in a child's typical behavior or emotions," he said. Withdrawing from people, extra-curricular activities, or a drop in grades may all be indications of a deeper issue.
Dr. Telch said Tuesday's suicide can also be a lesson of when to ask for help. He says if someone mentions hurting themselves, or someone else, take that seriously.
"Death is irreversible. Even if it's unlikely to happen, (it's) better to err on the side of safety. Because you can't take it back," he said.
Click here for the complete raw interview with Dr. Telch.
Public Speaking Phobia at Public Speaking Information
www.public-speaking.freeinformationforyou.net, 13 Dec 2010 [cached]
According Dr. Michael Telch, an anxiety specialist at the University of Texas, fear of public speaking is the most common phobia in the United States.
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