Struggling with anxiety is one of the most common of all mental health issues.  Anxiety disorders include Social Anxiety, Panic Disorder, Specific Phobias, Generalized Anxiety, and Separation Anxiety.  About 1 in 5 US adults will live with a diagnosable anxiety disorder within a given year; the number is about 1 in 4 for children.  Anxiety can interfere with a person’s ability to do the things they most want in life, whether it’s making more friends, dating, becoming more active, being independent, or simply living a life free of constant worry.

Without treatment, anxiety disorders can last many years; even lifetimes.  Thankfully, however, a lifetime of struggling with anxiety is not necessary.  This class of disorders has some of the most effective psychological treatments available.  Exposure-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy has consistently shown to be the gold standard in treatments for anxiety disorders in general, often just as effective as treatment with psychiatric medications alone.

Click on the links below for more information about specific anxiety disorders:

Social Anxiety

Panic Disorder

Specific Phobias

Generalized Anxiety

Separation Anxiety