Licensed clinical social workers, psychologists, and other therapists can successfully treat disabling anxiety disorders.
A young woman with OCD learns how to manage her OCD and finds out it no longer controls her.Watch
Methods clinicians use to treat anxiety disorders: medications (psychopharmacology), cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), complementary treatments.Watch
A licensed clinical social worker describes how cognitive-behavioral therapy effectively treats anxiety.Watch
Details about how to implement cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) in treating anxiety, specifically using exposure and response prevention (ERP), cognitive restructuring, behavioral experiments (exposure to anxiety triggers)Watch
How complementary approaches to treating anxiety can be effective, including family therapy, mindfulness (acceptance), exercise, yoga, and breathing.Watch
I am a middle-aged woman, married with two children. I was diagnosed with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) at age 25. I am grateful to say that I have had tremendous support, terrific professional help, a strong will to recover, and a resolve to do whatever work necessary to overcome all of my trauma. Other miraculous help has been my spiritual beliefs and practices.Read
My father was an alcoholic, and my mother often left me, my two brothers, and sister behind so she could seek refuge at my grandmother’s. When my father drank, he became a monster. I grew up with fear and insecurity. I was mentally, emotionally, and physically abused by family members.
Workshop: Introduction to Complicated Grief Treatment
January 9, 2015, Columbia School of Social Work (New York)
Full-day introduction to complicated grief and complicated grief treatment
Sign up or learn more here, or ceg2160 [at] columbia [dot] edu (email Colleen Gribbin,) Program Coordinator.