antiphobic

an·ti·pho·bic

(an'tē-fō'bik),
1. A treatment strategy designed to control phobias.
2. Having the capacity to control phobias.

antiphobic

A near-extinct term for any therapy designed to treat or reduce phobias; e.g., anxiolytic.
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In the section on 'Philosophische, wissenschaftliche und politische Kontextualisierungen', Maria Behre argues that poems like 'Hinter der Wand' act out the insights Bachmann gained when she worked with Viktor Frankl, whose teaching rested on the premiss of logotherapy, the articulated word as an antiphobic agent.