The Uses of Virtual Reality in Social Anxiety Treatment
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by Dr. Andrew Rosen
3M ago
Dr. Rosen and Dr. Spinner recently presented a session on The Uses of Virtual Reality in Social Anxiety Treatment for the National Social Anxiety Center. View the presentation on The Uses of Virtual Reality in Social Anxiety Treatment. We Can Help If you are worried about your child’s social anxiety, discuss your concerns with our clinicians, who specializes in childhood anxiety. For more information, contact us or call us today at 561-223-6568. The post The Uses of Virtual Reality in Social Anxiety Treatment appeared first on The Children’s Center for Psychiatry, Psychology, & Related Ser ..read more
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The Mounting Crisis of Childhood Obesity
The Children’s Center for Psychiatry, Psychology, & Related Services
by Andrew Rosen, Ph.D.
3M ago
Growing up in the United States, we remember our childhoods as filled with fun and games – tag on the playground, sports competitions with friends – a seemingly endless well of energy. Unfortunately, too many kids today are facing a different reality; they’re falling victim to a crisis that’s been mounting for years – childhood obesity. It’s no secret that junk food and technology are taking over our kid’s lives. At the same time, physical activity has become a thing of the past, leading to a public health crisis that is only getting worse as each year passes. If we don’t take action now, futu ..read more
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Social Skills Group Spring 2023
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by Dr. Andrew Rosen
3M ago
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Andrew Rosen, PhD, ABPP, FAACP – The Dangers Of The Media And Outside Influencers
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by Andrew Rosen, Ph.D.
3M ago
For our October Consult The Expert interview, we spoke with Dr. Andrew Rosen, the founder of The Center for Treatment of Anxiety and Mood Disorders and The Children’s Center for Psychiatry, Psychology, And Related Services. Dr. Rosen has been a practicing clinician for over forty years. As you might expect, he is well-versed in the changes that have taken place regarding mental health challenges over the past four decades. This month, he wanted to discuss something a little different – the breakdown of family and tradition in a culture of influential media and news coverage, along with how thi ..read more
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Brittany Schulman, Psy.D – Consult The Expert On ADHD
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by Andrew Rosen, Ph.D.
3M ago
For this month’s Consult The Expert interview, I spoke with Brittany Schulman, Psy.D. She is a licensed clinical psychologist here at the Center and has a special interest in the diagnosis and treatment of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Most of us have heard about ADHD, but may have only a vague understanding of the condition, so I asked Dr. Schulman to tell us what ADHD encompasses. “ADHD is a neurodevelopmental disorder that first occurs in childhood,” she answered. “Research has shown that there is a difference in the brain chemistry of people with ADHD, with one of the ma ..read more
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Eric Spinner, Psy.D – Consult The Expert On Eating Disorders
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by Andrew Rosen, Ph.D.
3M ago
This month, we talked with Eric Spinner, Psy.D. Beginning in September, he will be working at The Center for Anxiety and Mood Disorders as a Post Doctoral resident. For the past two years, Dr. Spinner has worked at a residential facility for women, where he treated adolescents to older adults with eating disorders. As a result of this experience, this area of treatment is of special interest to him. “I feel like eating disorders do not get the attention they deserve,” he said. He pointed out that there are several misconceptions surrounding disordered eating. “Culturally, when we think of eati ..read more
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Darbi Miller, MS, LMFT – Consult The Expert About Increasing Relational Self-Awareness
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by Dr. Andrew Rosen
3M ago
In this month’s Consult The Expert interview, we spoke with Darbi Miller, MS, LMFT. She is one of the marriage and family therapists here at The Center For Treatment Of Mood And Anxiety Disorders. Although she likes working with all ages, she enjoys the dynamic surrounding family and relationships. “One of my favorite things to work with is increasing clients’ relational self-awareness,” she said. “I also enjoy exploring peoples’ Families of Origin, which is connected to self-awareness from my perspective.” What Is Relational Self-Awareness? What does she mean by “relational self-awarenes ..read more
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Post-Pandemic Social Anxiety: How To Deal With Social Anxiety After Covid
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by Dr. Andrew Rosen
3M ago
My colleagues and I have noticed an increase in anxiety and anxiety-related disorders over the past two years. This is likely because during times of strife, people typically feel apprehensive. However, since we are returning to more normal lives, many people have been caught off-guard to realize how uncomfortable they now are in social situations – especially if they were never fearful before. People who found it hard to socialize before Covid are now finding that they’re grateful for the time they spent alone. They were able to stay in their comfort zones and avoid difficult situations. But ..read more
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Lonette Belizaire, Ph.D. – Consult The Expert On Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) And Self-Care
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by Dr. Andrew Rosen
3M ago
Dr. Lonette Belizaire works with children, teens, and young adults in our Children’s Center. Her primary treatment approach utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), a modality which helps people recognize and change their negative thoughts and behaviors. CBT has been shown to be effective in treating many mental health conditions, including anxiety and depression. How do negative thoughts and behaviors contribute to anxiety? “The brain has plasticity,” Dr. Belizaire explains. “Anxiety, trauma, and distressing life experiences actually create structural changes within the brain.” When we en ..read more
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The Mounting Crisis of Childhood Obesity
The Children’s Center for Psychiatry, Psychology, & Related Services
by Andrew Rosen, Ph.D.
1y ago
Growing up in the United States, we remember our childhoods as filled with fun and games – tag on the playground, sports competitions with friends – a seemingly endless well of energy. Unfortunately, too many kids today are facing a different reality; they’re falling victim to a crisis that’s been mounting for years – childhood obesity. It’s no secret that junk food and technology are taking over our kid’s lives. At the same time, physical activity has become a thing of the past, leading to a public health crisis that is only getting worse as each year passes. If we don’t take action now, futu ..read more
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