Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD)
Does meeting new people fill you with fear and anxiety?
Does your fear of judgment impact your ability to engage in everyday social situations in your personal or professional life?
Does your self-consciousness prevent you from engaging with the outside world, even when you really want to?
You are not alone.
Social anxiety disorder (SAD) affects millions of people. If your intense fear of being scrutinized or judged has started to affect your life and relationships, we want to help.
We will work with you to help you to navigate social situations and develop meaningful connections.
How is SAD treated?
Psychotherapy: CBT teaches you alternative ways of thinking and behaving in certain situations
Medication can aid in the reduction of physical symptoms caused by SAD such as nausea, sweating, rapid heart rate, and crying spells
SAD doesn’t have to control your life.
The clinicians at Flourish Psychology can help you to reduce distressing symptoms and reach your full potential!