Center for the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders

During this uncertain and unsettling time, feelings of anxiety, depression and vulnerability can be overwhelming. Rather than suffer in silence, it’s important to reach out for help in dealing with these emotions. Although we are not seeing clients in person right now, we are available for online telehealth appointments via Zoom. If you are not familiar with this technology, we can help walk you through the process. To find out more, please call our office at 248-626-8151.

The Center for the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders provides a wide range of therapeutic interventions by employing state of the art strategies to help you, or someone you love, overcome the distress of chronic anxiety. An integrative, individualized treatment approach that works for you.

At The Center for the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders we individualize treatment to fit the needs of each client. We use a variety of effective interventions to treat anxiety disorders, including:

A well-rounded, highly trained staff

Dr. Carolyn Daitch is a fully licensed psychologist, and the director of the center. She is an elected Fellow of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis and Michigan Psychological Association.  Her colleagues are licensed clinical psychologists and social workers who have been specially trained in the treatment of anxiety disorders and behavioral medicine and have received advanced training in clinical hypnosis approved by the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis. They provide compassionate care that honors the physical, emotional and spiritual concerns of each of their clients.

Mentorship/Consultant training will be offered again for clinicians who wish to enhance their comfort and competence in hypnosis. The small group size offers individualized attention for participants on ways to handle challenging cases.

For more information, please contact us.

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Dialing Down Anxiety

Anxiety may develop from a complex set of risk factors, including genetics, brain chemistry, personality, and life events. Many anxious people worry excessively and are pessimistic about the future. This audio program will help the listener to interrupt negative, irrational, or obsessive thoughts, diminish worry and lessen fear of the future.

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