When It’s More Than Just a Little Stress

  Written by Talia Kaplan Consider the following three people: Joseph is a 35 year old married man whose father died from stomach cancer 5 years earlier. Recently, Joseph has begun to worry that he too may develop cancer. He has gone to several medical doctors...

Making New Years Resolutions Work

Written by Ariel Campbell For many of us, entering into the New Year can bring about thoughts of change. It can be a time of retrospection when we reflect on our life choices and consider improvements we would like to make. It’s probably the case that most of us, at...

It’s the Most Loneliest Time of the Year

Written by Yoni Sobin This time yearly, society blasts us with holiday music, jingles, lights, and festivities as individuals of all backgrounds celebrate holidays both secular and religious. We’re told this is a time for family, coming together, and celebration....

Decisions, Decisions…

Written by Thanos Nioplias Making decisions is a complex process that has been examined from various fields including cognitive psychology, neuroscience, and philosophy. Decision making is also very relevant to psychotherapy, since difficult dilemmas are a known...

Validation Without Reassurance

Written by Hadar Naftalovich [Note: Details have been changed to protect patient privacy] When I started working at the Center for Anxiety, I quickly learned that some of the inquiries we receive are rather different from the typical phone calls I’d been used to. In...

Overcoming Specific Phobias with Exposure Therapy

Written by Regine Galanti While most individuals display some anxiety when facing certain situations, such as spiders, insects, driving, heights, or closed spaces, among others, most of these fears are relatively benign and don’t affect an individual’s functioning....

Staying Present in the Face of Anxiety

Written by Tonya Swartzendruber Most of us are familiar with the feeling of trying to escape from or avoid anxiety – we think that if we avoid a particular place/person/conversation our uncomfortable feeling will go away and never come back. But over time, those who...

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