Expert care for anxiety disorders throughout the lifespan


Evidence-Based Practices

Evidence-Based Practices (EBPs) are treatment interventions grounded in scientific research and evidence. Many EBPs have been extensively examined through numerous large-scale clinical trials, comparing their effectiveness to other psychological interventions. These studies consistently show that EBPs can significantly reduce psychological symptoms for many years after treatment ends, a level of long-term effectiveness not similarly documented for other types of therapy.

The American Psychological Association and American Psychiatric Association recommend seeking treatment from clinicians offering these  practices.  

Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is the most common and effective EBT for a range of issues including anxiety and depression.  

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

CBT is a time-limited, effective treatment with a strong evidence base for treating anxiety, depression, and ADHD.  

Exposure with Response Prevention (E/RP)

E/RP is an effective, "gold standard" approach for treating OCD, Panic Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Social Anxiety Disorders.

Interpersonal Therapy

IPT is a form of therapy that helps improve interpersonal functioning and reduce mental health symptoms.  It is effective in identifying and treating communication issues, relationship patterns, and identity concerns.  Therapists trained in IPT are active, non-neutral, supportive and hopeful, and they offer options for change.  

Group Therapy

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