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OCD is a neurobiological condition that affects 1 in 100 adults and 1 in 200 children in the U.S. Symptoms include unwanted thoughts and compulsive behaviors. The gold standard of treatment for OCD is Exposure and Response Prevention.

Panic attacks often seem to come out of nowhere. This creates a big alert response in efforts to prevent the next one from coming around, which often recreates panic. Therapy then focuses on breaking this cycle of panic.

Eating disorders are not by choice or a condition of vanity. EDs are biopsychosocial conditions which means many factors contribute to their development. Repairing your relationship with your body, food and exercise is key.

Generalized anxiety disorder is characterized by an experience of nervousness and anticipatory thoughts regarding a variety of topics. Symptoms also include hyper-vigilance, feeling on edge, and apprehensive expectation for most days than not. 

Although we all experience anxiety to a degree, anxiety disorders can be debilitating. Cognitive-behavioral interventions help the individual better cope with their anxiety, and decrease avoidance of anxiety triggers.

Society includes specific roles, expectations, and experiences that are uniquely linked to being female. Exploring this can lead to a better understanding of one’s feminine identity.


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