Anxiety is probably the number one reason parents seek counseling for their children. Whether it is social phobia, specific phobia, PTSD, general anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, or similar, it falls under the umbrella of anxiety disorder, and calls for clinical and therapeutic treatment. Having someone with an expertise in anxiety disorders is key to effective treatment. We have a systematic and scientifically proven method for treating all anxiety disorders.

General Anxiety

General Anxiety Disorder is common in children, teens and young adults. Young children often present with physical ailments (tummy aches) or behavioral outburst.


Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is more and more common in children and teens. This can present by mental obsessions and mental or physical compulsions. Oftentimes, ADHD is misdiagnosed in children with OCD.

Social Phobia

Social Phobia can be found in all ages of children. Some social phobia is normal depending on the age and severity. Learn what is developmentally appropriate and what is clinically considered social phobia.

Body-Focused Repetitive Behavior Disorder

RBD falls under the category of OCD type behaviors. This may include skin picking at the face or cuticles or pulling out of ones hair, eyelashes or eyebrows.

Specific Phobia

Specific Phobia is a type of anxiety disorder that amounts to an unreasonable or irrational fear to a specific object or situation.


Children with PTSD or Trauma related disorders have suffered a sudden trauma. Flashbacks, impulsiveness, aggression, fear, worry and feelings of being alone and apart from others are common signs of PTSD.