Do you suffer from Overwhelming Anxiety?
“I’ve tried every kind of therapy for my anxiety. Nothing’s worked.”
“Elevators, bridges, tunnels–they all frighten me.”
“My heart starts pounding out of my chest.”
“I can’t breathe–I get a horrible sense of dread.”
“I can’t stop worrying about my health, my future,
my children, about everything.”
If you know fear, worry, anxiety or panic, I can help you regain control of your life
- I provide therapy, support, concrete assistance and practical instruction to help you overcome your anxiety disorder.
- My goal is to help you understand, manage, and eliminate the fear that rules your life.
Dr. Martin Seif is a pioneer in the modern treatment of Anxiety Disorders. He is a founder of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, Former Associate Director of the Anxiety and Phobia Treatment Center at White Plains Hospital Medical Center, Board Certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy by the American Board of Professional Psychology, and a faculty member of New York-Presbyterian Hospital.
Essential Books for Patients & Professionals
You are not your thoughts! In this powerful book, two anxiety experts offer proven-effective cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) skills to help you get unstuck from disturbing thoughts, overcome the shame these thoughts can bring, and reduce your anxiety. Order Now
What Every Therapist Needs to Know About Anxiety Disorders: Key Concepts, Insights, and Interventions
An integrated and practical approach to treating anxiety disorders for general psychotherapists. Neither a CBT manual nor an academic text nor a self-help book, this book offers page after page of key insights into ways to help patients suffering from phobias, panic attacks, unwanted intrusive thoughts, compulsions and worries. Order Now
Needing to Know for Sure: A CBT-Based Guide to Overcoming Compulsive Checking and Reassurance Seeking
Powerful skills based in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to help you break free from the fear of uncertainty and put a stop to compulsive checking and reassurance seeking.