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Adolescent Social Anxiety Treatment Group
October 15, 2017
Are you or your teen bothered by:
- Meeting new people?
- Having to speak in front of others?
- Nervousness when talking to people?
- Anxious feelings when you are the center of attention?
- Your heart racing, blushing, or getting an upset stomach in social situations?
- The feeling that you have made a fool of yourself when you talk to others?
Based on the latest scientific research, the Social Anxiety Treatment Group is an opportunity to develop skills to better cope with anxiety. Teens will learn to become more comfortable in social situations, examine the way they think about being negatively evaluated, and cope with anxious thoughts and feelings.
For more information about pricing, meeting dates, and other groups, contact the George Mason University Center for Psychological Services at 703-993-1370.