Problems We Treat
Intrusive thoughts, feelings, impulses or images that provoke anxiety, guilt or disgust.
Social Anxiety Disorder
Fear and discomfort in social or performance situations, often related to fearing embarrassment or negative evaluation.
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Excessive worry about a variety of topics that the individual feels unable to control.
Recurrent, unexpected panic or anxiety attacks, combined with ongoing fear of having additional attacks.
A tendency to avoid places or situations where one believes they are likely to experience a panic attack.
Preoccupation with physical symptoms or body sensations associated with fears of having or acquiring a serious health problem.
Separation Anxiety Disorder
Anxiety that occurs in childhood and sometimes in adolescence characterized by excessive fear and anxiety when separating from caregivers or perceived safe situations.
Childhood anxiety characterized by an unwillingness to speak and communicate effectively in some social situations.
Fear and avoidance of particular objects, places or situations.
Overly rigid standards related to achievement, morality, or other aspects of living which give rise to excessive anxiety and frustration.
Body Dysmorphic Disorder
Excessive preoccupation with an imagined or exaggerated defect in appearance.
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Ongoing psychological difficulties stemming from a past traumatic experience.