Anxiety Camp

Therapist writing on clipboard during group therapy session while patients are speaking

Anxiety Camp was a unique pilot project launched in 2009 as part of Rich’s graduate work – an intensive weekend psychoeducational program for anxiety sufferers and their partners and family members, designed to teach you how to become your own anxiety therapist.

Designed for people who suffer from anxiety disorders such as phobias, social anxiety, OCD, and panic attacks, this program combines recent research in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) with family therapy interventions. Using gentle, supportive techniques with NO forced exposure, this project represents a unique evidence-based treatment approach for anxiety sufferers and their families.

Past Anxiety Camp participants have reported substantially lower anxiety levels and improvements in functioning. For more information on the next group, or to arrange individual or family therapy using the principles of this program, contact Rich at 607-527-0283 for a consultation.

Read the Spring 2013 Ithaca Times article on Anxiety Camp

Listen to Rich’s interview on WHCU radio on Anxiety Camp