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Social Anxiety Disorder (Shyness)
Social anxiety is about feeling awkward in social settings, having a challenging time making friends, finding it hard to secure dates, or feeling concerned about others’ judgmental views. One of the most captivating feelings of human beings is fear of humiliation. Humiliation is often at the core of social inhibitions where the affected person dreads being made fun of, disregarded, or even punished for reasons beyond their control.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Successful treatment of PTSD cannot be accomplished by one type of medication or one type of manualized treatment approach. The patient’s own account of the trauma, what it says about them then and now, and how they believe their lives are affected and changed can help lead the way to a client-centered treatment.
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
I am trained in the most up to date and advanced techniques of cognitive-behavioral therapy for the treatment of OCD. Advanced CBT or the TEAM-CBT approach is introduced by the author of the best seller’s self-help book, Feeling Good The New Mood Therapy, Dr. David Burns, professor emeritus at Stanford University. The TEAM-CBT model takes the symptoms of OCD and helps the affected person take a closer look at their fundamental beliefs about the subjects they feel threatened by.