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Anxiety

By Glenn Weiss, LCSW, CADC

"I feel keyed up all the time and can’t relax."

"I think I am going to have a heart attack or go crazy when the panic starts. Then I am afraid to go anywhere because it can happen at any time."

"I know my fears are unrealistic but I still can’t make them stop."

The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that 40 million American adults age 18 and older (about 18%) are affected by Anxiety Disorders in any given year. These disorders can be debilitating, affecting individuals physically, socially and vocationally. Anxiety Disorders may also occur along with other disorders, such as depression, alcohol dependency and other addictions, which may exacerbate or mask anxiety. While these facts may be dispiriting, the good news is that Anxiety Disorders are highly treatable.
Arbor’s counselors are adept at treating the whole range of Anxiety Disorders, using the most effective treatment approaches available today. The following are different types of anxiety that you may be experiencing and which we have experience in treating:


Arbor clinicians will use an array of therapeutic approaches to help you understand and overcome your
problem with anxiety. Approaches may include, but are not limited to: