Community Education Series
Approximately once each month, we provide a workshop in our Brooklyn office providing practical, evidence-based information and guidelines regarding a variety of mental health topics. Designed for the local community in mind, this FREE seminar provides access to insights and advice from our staff and other mental health professionals who have advanced training and expertise. You must RSVP prior to coming, and workshops fill up on a first-registered basis. To be notified about upcoming lectures, please subscribe to our newsletter.
OCD Support Group (Manhattan Location)
The Center for Anxiety is proud to offer a monthly support group for individuals with OCD (and co-occurring disorders) as well as their family/friends. This group meets from 6:00pm-7:00pm on the 2nd Thursday of each calendar month. Attendees must RSVP prior to coming so that their names can be added to the visitor list, and attendees mush bring ID to gain access to the Empire State Building. Please email email@example.com to confirm dates and for other information.
Our staff is also available to come to your school or organization to present on a wide range of topics. Please contact us for more information or to request a lecture. Potential topics include:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- The basics of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- One Session Exposure Therapy for Specific Phobias: Overcoming Your Fears in a Single Day
- Stop cutting! Behavior therapy for self-injury
- Treatment of psychosis with Cognitive Behavior Therapy
- No Sleep ‘Till Brooklyn: Proven ways to improve your sleep
- A relational approach to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- When to worry about your child’s worries
- Talking to children about terrorism
- Parenting your preschooler
- Taking charge in your home: Effective discipline strategies for parents
- Taking charge in your classroom: Effective discipline strategies for teachers
Spirituality & Mental Health
- Is there room for God in psychotherapy?
- Observant or obsessive: Religious life and OCD
- Recent advances in the science of spirituality & mental health
- The Connections Paradigm: A spiritual approach to mental health
- Mental disorders: What do clergy need to know?