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Getting to Know Anxiety

Without a doubt, today’s world is stressful. The end result is that anxiety and mood concerns are now common worldwide and the numbers are skyrocketing.

Written by two mental health experts with nearly eight decades of patient treatment between them, Getting to Know Anxiety describes the basics of anxiety and anxiety disorders in down-to-earth language. In it, Drs. Rosen and Gross offer readers an overview of today’s challenging mental health issues and the most current treatment methods available, as well as practical strategies for mental and emotional self-care.

Getting to Know Anxiety provides a deeper look into everything anxiety-related including:
•Anxiety and General Anxiety Disorder
•Panic Attacks, Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia
•Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Intrusive Thoughts, along with the OCD variations of Hoarding, Religious OCD, Homosexual OCD and Hypersexuality
•Health Anxiety, including help for reducing Covid19-related anxiety
•Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, as well as Complex PTSD and Dissociative Identity Disorder
•Social Anxiety
•Phobias, including real-world advice for overcoming fear of flying and speech anxiety
•Childhood Anxiety Disorders
•Reducing stress through self-care
•Professional therapies and guidance about when you should seek professional help

If you are suffering and ready to unravel the mysteries of better emotional and mental health, start by getting a copy of Getting to Know Anxiety today.

Seek Professional Help If Your Anxiety Is Getting Worse.

If you are having a lot of trouble getting out because you are too anxious or your anxiety is interfering with your daily life and has continued for longer than two to three weeks, it is time to speak with a professional.

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If you are struggling with anxiety, reach out and get the help you need. Our office has virtual options available as well as in-person appointments.

For more information, please contact The Center for Treatment of Anxiety and Mood Disorders in Delray Beach, Florida at 561-496-1094 today.  

2 Comments
  1. Alice Carroll

    Thanks for the tip that it’s best to look for anxiety counseling services if it’s been affecting my life for almost three weeks already. A friend of mine has been having such problems lately with some online meetings she has to attend to for college. Maybe it would be best to find some time off and try to find an expert that can help her out.

    • Dr. Andrew Rosen

      Hi Alice,

      Please contact us through the contact page to learn more about the options and support available.

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