Anxiety, Worry, Social Anxiety, Panic and OCD

“Sometimes the most important thing in a whole day is the rest we take between two deep breaths.“

~Etty Hillesum

The disabling symptoms of anxiety disorders, including panic attacks and obsessive compulsive behaviors, can seriously erode a patient’s wellbeing and their ability to function in the world, as well as straining family relationships. The Center for Human Holistics™ uses both psychiatric and holistic medical tools — including psychotherapy, stress-reduction techniques, medication and biofeedback – to develop coping techniques to manage the symptoms, and build a healthy nervous system to promote long-term relief.

 

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