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I’m awkward … weird … unlikable … embarrassing … no fun to be around

Social Anxiety is a fear of social situations where you may experience judgement or discomfort.

Have you ever turned down a work happy hour because it involved a lot of social interactions? Maybe you were invited out with friends and you couldn’t go because it was a crowded bar. Have you found that some of your relationships are hurting because you’ve been avoiding certain things?

If so, you may be suffering from social anxiety.

While avoiding social situations may seem like a solution, it can actually cause more stress. Plus, it can negatively impact other areas of your life, including friendships, romantic relationships, and work responsibilities.

Before you know it, you’re stuck in a viscious cycle. Your avoidance lowers your self-esteem, which makes you feel more depressed, which makes you not want to go out even more, which lowers your self-esteem more … and on and on and on.

The good news is, we can help!


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How can therapy help?

CBT therapy can be highly effective in the treatment of your social anxiety.

Similar to other types of anxiety treatment, CBT will help you to understand and evaluate your thoughts, gradually expose yourself to the discomfort, and learn new ways to cope.

We will work together to identify social triggers, create a social hierarchy, and practice facing your fears in a more helpful way. You will learn how to evaluate your negative thoughts and cope with anxiety.

By understanding exactly why you are avoiding social interactions, you’ll find it easier to confront those negative thought patterns and reduce your anxiety.

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