Are you afraid to meet new people?
Do you feel you are being watched or judged by others?
Are you worried about being embarrassed or humiliated in front of others?
Do you constantly “check” yourself for feelings of anxiety or panic?
Do you avoid social events?
Do you have so much anxiety you feel like you’re losing control or you’re going to die?
Are you afraid of being outside of home alone?
Do you need someone else with you in public places so you won’t have a panic attack?
As your anxiety increases, do you feel the urge to escape?
Do you constantly worry about everyday things?
Does your anxiety interfere with school, work, relationships, and social activities?
Does constant anxiety sap all your energy and you move between high anxiety and then total exhaustion all day long?
Do you try to avoid stress so you won’t feel anxious?
Do feel sad and depressed?
If you experience any of these problems, we can help. The vicious cycle of anxiety, fear, and worry leads to avoidance of talking about it or avoiding places or experiences which then further strengthens the fear and worry. We can help you to break free of constant fear, worry, and avoidance. You don’t have to go it alone. We can help you with treatment that can truly allow you to overcome your fears.
Getting treatment can open a whole new world of wonderful experiences, like making new friends, finding the work you always wanted, and going to social events to have fun! Getting help means you can have more intimate relationships, strong friendships, and have a more fulfilling life. We can help you see improvement by feeling more relaxed and more capable to handle situations with people you don’t know in social situations. Getting treatment means you can feel better within the first few sessions.
Susan Taylor at Keystone Behavioral Health has over 17 years of experience and training in many areas including anxiety and depression issues. She’s licensed with both master’s level clinical and macro designations, the highest level of licensure available for social workers in Michigan, and holds a master’s degree in social work from the University of Michigan. Susan’s Doctor of Behavioral Health degree informs her training and experience by integrating both physical and behavioral health in working with anxiety and depressive disorders. She uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), the most effective approach for anxiety and depressive disorders, an evidence-based, first-line psychotherapeutic treatment for anxiety and depressive disorders. In addition, Susan is a member of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, an international nonprofit and only organization dedicated to the prevention, treatment, and cure of anxiety and mood disorders, OCD, and PTSD through education, practice, and research.
Our office has easy access from I-696, the Lodge, and Northwestern Highway.
We strive to take all insurances and we verify benefits including out of network benefits for Individual Psychotherapy. Appointments are available until 9 pm weekdays and Saturdays until 5 pm.
Appointments can be scheduled within a few days from when you call. For more information about fees, insurance coverage, available appointment times, or to schedule an appointment, call our office at 734-369-1836, text us at 734-325-9841, or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org