Anxiety Treatment Resources
Problems We Treat
  • Panic Disorder: Recurrent, unexpected panic or anxiety attacks, combined with ongoing fear of having additional attacks.
  • Agoraphobia: A tendency to avoid places or situations where one believes they are likely to experience a panic attack.
  • Social Phobia/Social Anxiety Disorder: Fear and discomfort in social or performance situations. Can range from specific fears of public speaking, to an avoidance of all social contact. For children and adolescents, it can interfere with their ability to form friendships or participate in many activities.
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Intrusive thoughts, impulses or images that provoke anxiety. This anxiety typically triggers compulsive rituals or time-consuming repetitive behaviors.
  • Phobias: Fear and avoidance of particular objects, places or situations. Common phobias include fears of heights, insects, storms, and medical procedures.
  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder: Excessive worrying about a variety of topics that the individual feels unable to control.
  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Ongoing psychological difficulties stemming from a past traumatic experience.
  • Separation Anxiety Disorder: A problem that occurs in childhood and sometimes in adolescence, this is characterized by excessive fear and anxiety when separated from parents or caregivers, or when away from home. It is often accompanied by resistance and avoidance of situations that provoke the anxiety, such as going to school, going away to camp, or spending the night at a friend's house.
  • Body Dysmorphic Disorder:  Excessive preoccupation with an imagined or exaggerated defect in appearance.  Often involves excessive checking and body-focused rituals aimed at hiding or concealing the perceived defect.
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