Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

  • Social Anxiety explained by Fort Lauderdale Psychologist
    30 Sep, 2015
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    Social Anxiety explained by Fort Lauderdale Psychologist Social anxiety is a form of anxiety that presents when one has fear of being judged, ridiculed or embarrassed. The fear is irrational and sometimes accompanied by somatic symptoms including rapid heart rate, increase perspiration, shortness

    ADHD Fort Lauderdale Psychologist
    9 Sep, 2015
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     ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is a serious (but treatable) neuro-developmental disorder which can manifest itself in a very early age. Full-blown symptoms can be especially evident in kindergarten and early school age. The clinical picture of a child which has typical set of

    Fort Lauderdale Psychologist: Anxiety Among Adolescents
    1 Sep, 2015
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    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.