By Robert Bor
Worry of flying is a perennial challenge between either passengers and airline crews and up to date terrorist assaults have heightened the degrees of tension while boarding a aircraft. during this quantity, one in all Britain’s best aviation psychologists, Robert Bor, examines passenger behaviour while confronted with anxiousness in the direction of flying; the psychological healthiness of pilots; and the potential remedies for individuals struggling with worry of flying. the most goal of tension at 35,000 ft is to introduce easy strategies of scientific aviation psychology, with a main emphasis on psychotherapeutic and medical mental issues.
"It is affordable to imagine that each psychotherapeutic stumble upon has turn into stricken by fresh global occasions in a few other ways. for plenty of humans, the terrorist assaults have aroused formerly palpable emotions of lack of confidence and unsafety that will have emerged in healing paintings in different ways." -- Robert Bor, from the advent
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This improves the patient’s confidence and sense of control over critical factors in the feared situation. Control is a particularly important in flight phobias, as travellers tend to place control over the situation externally (Borrill & Iljon Foreman, 1996), and this is frequently associated with stress. In the case of fear of flying, control may relate to the person’s physiological symptoms, actions, and/or thoughts. What can follow from that is that treatment for flight phobia will help to facilitate the traveller’s reappraisal of the threat of those aspects of flying that evoke anxiety.
Some airlines have recently taken certain steps to combat inflight violence. British Airways now issues individual “warning cards” to unruly passengers from the captain, advising them that if they persist in their threatening behaviour, they will be prosecuted, and British Airways also teaches cabin crew how to restrain such passengers physically, if required. Passing down custodial sentences to offenders by the courts also conveys the message that in-flight violence will not be tolerated. However, for any deterrent to be effective, a would-be perpetrator must believe that there is a significant chance that they will be caught and that the consequences will be severe.
Nonetheless, some understanding of the 38 ANXIETY AT 35,000 FEET interplay between environmental factors and psychological symptoms among air travellers is necessary. Aircrew and passengers share the same environment, and it is reasonable to assume, therefore, that they are exposed to similar stressors. The following chapter explores the unique mental health issues pertaining to aircrew. CHAPTER THREE The mental health of pilots Introduction and history T hus far, we have explored the psychology of the passenger or air traveller.