Fort Lauderdale Psychologist: Anxiety Among Adolescents
Anxiety is commonly present among children, adolescents and young adults as a maladaptive condition that negatively affects personal wellbeing as well as interpersonal relations among children, adolescents, young adults, and can also affect performance of everyday tasks in addition to communication. South Florida Psychological Group, centrally located in Fort Lauderdale, FL, and in close driving proximity to Weston, FL and Boca Raton, FL, can help children, adolescents and young adults, who are dealing with this common condition by providing individualized treatment.
By using a variety of non-pharmacological methods with high efficiency in treating anxiety, South Florida Psychological Group examines the origin of each instance of anxiety and approaches it with methodology in which the patient has free interaction with professionals and is able to collaborate and feel a sense of control over their treatment.
South Florida Psychological Group, provides evidenced based treatments such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Exposure Therapy. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy is a mode of treatment that empowers the client to identify one’s pattern of thoughts, feelings and behaviors in collaboration with specially-trained psychologist who will assist in helping to modify these faulty patterns. Exposure Therapy is a preferred course of palliative action in some forms of anxiety during which the psychologist targets the source of the anxiety with controlled exposure to its source, in a way that enables modification of the perceived stress-creating factor by the client.
South Florida Psychological Group, working with clients from Fort Lauderdale, FL, Weston, FL and Boca Raton, FL, provides excellence in diagnostic, consultation, evaluation, and palliative measures for all varieties of anxieties, in particular, with their presentations affecting children, adolescents, and young adults. The goal of our expertise is to restore our client’s effectiveness in dealing with one’s thoughts, feelings and behaviors, without the incapacitating manifestations of anxiety disorders.