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Connecticut Center for Anxiety Disorders

What is Anxiety?

There are several theories explaining anxiety disorders. Recent research indicates that they are due a combination of physical and environmental factors. Approximately 10% of the population experiences anxiety symptoms. Our treatment philosophy combines the most advanced behavioral and drug treatment specifically tailored to meet your needs.

Where Can I find Help?

The Connecticut Center for Anxiety Disorders is a part of Psychological Health Associates. To further explore this program, please call 860-233-9772, and ask to speak with Dr. Andrew Magin.

Anxiety and Stress Can be a Painful and Debilitating Experience.
You can get over it...

Would you like to feel more relaxed in your daily life?

Would you like to learn how to control stress?

Would you like to be able to understand why you sometimes experience symptoms like rapid heart rate, sweatiness, fear of dying, feeling out of control, or feeling overwhelmed?

Would you like to feel more comfortable in social situations, or while giving a public presentation?

Would you like to be able to resume regular activities like driving, being in open and public places, leaving your house without feeling compelled to check the stove and locks repeatedly?

We Can Help You to...

Overcome your anxious thoughts, feelings, and behaviors
Learn to be more comfortable in social situations
Understand your symptoms so that they make sense and you know what to do about them https://best-tag-heuer-replica-watches.swisstimes.biz
Resume your normal routine without worry, anxiety, or panic
Implement techniques to help you feel more relaxed and in control of your life

We utilize a variety of treatment strategies, including...

Cognitive-behavioral therapy
Relaxation training
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Therapy)
Stress management techniques

We offer specialized programs to treat...

Panic disorder
Obsessive-compulsive disorder
Social performance anxiety
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Generalized anxiety and worry
Childhood phobias


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