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Kansas City Center For Anxiety Treatment

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Kansas City Center For Anxiety Treatment

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No matter if youre five or sixty five years old, are you living life you want TO live? There was 1 400 trillion chance you were born exactly who you are. Regardless of your struggles, you are more than your struggles and still have time TO get most out of this onelife you were give. By focusing on what you can do, rather than what you ca well, help you create life you want TO live. Whether you struggle with or depression, anger or frustration, parenting your young or adult child, or simpler things like madness of sitting in red light, well teach you Cognitive Behavioral skills TO effectively manage your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Well, help you accept your life for what life is. Being mindful your good and not so good moments. Always remembering how awesome you are and not letting your define you. No intention of being just right or perfect. Just living life and letting life its course with new skills set TO make life better. No matter your life circumstances, there is still time TO live life you want; midwest Anxiety is community base program for children, teens, and adults who struggle with anxiety, depression, and more generalized problems involving negative thoughts, feelings, or behaviors. Unlike traditional office-base psychotherapy, we work with people in real life situations in their natural environments home, sporting events, etc. Instead of coming TO in stuffy office, we come visit you in your world. We believe this hand on approach gives us best opportunity to see your strengths and help you overcome your struggles in environments you live. In Our mobility allows us work with you in real time. No see you in couple weeks for your next appointment. We work moments daily if needed and in environments of your struggles. Understanding in real time, in your natural environments, helps us step-by-step Cognitive Behavioral strategies TO modify negative patterns as they arise. So grab snack, put your feet up, and will be over soon TO do Mental Health differently; MWA GANG! Ah. If you know, you know. Its MWA Thang. We like music. We like food. We like movies. We like sports. We like clothes. We like being goofy. We like concerts. We like TO have fun, smile, let our hair down just bit. We like many things far beyond you consider mental health. We believe health is more than they describe us in text books or diagnosis they give us. We believe mental health is lifestyle. We believe everyone struggles. Some of us struggle more than others, but everyone with something. We are not and do pretend TO be. We are about normalizing mental health by focusing on mental wellness, rather than mental illness. It is not vs. Mentally ill. It is all of us.

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Selected Publications

Levy, H. C., Hannan, S., Diefenbach, G. J., & Tolin, D. F. Change in Obsessive beliefs in Therapist-direct and exposure Therapy for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive Related Disorders, 18 1-7. Levy, H. C., Worden, B. L., Gilliam, C. M., DUrso, C., Steketee, G., R. O., & Tolin, D. F. Changes in saving cognitions mediate hoarding symptom change in cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for hoarding Disorder. Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Disorders, 14 112-118. Levy, H. C., & Radomsky,. S. Are all behaviours created equal? Comparison of novel routinely used safety behaviours in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, 45 367-379. Levy, H. C., & Radomsky,. S. Its who not when: investigation of safety behavior fading exposure to contamination. Journal of Disorders, 39 21-29. Levy, H. & Radomsky, A. S. Safety Behaviour enhances acceptability of exposure. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, 43 83-92.

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Chris Sexton, PhD, MS-LSCSW

Dr. Sexton received her PhD in Developmental Psychology with honors and Master's Degree in Clinical Social Work from Columbia University, where she studied risk and protective factors for adolescents in context of achievement pressure. She completed clinical internship at Adolescent Health Center at Mount Sinai Medical School and Anxiety Clinical specialty fellowship at KCCAT. Dr. Sextonas and research interests have focused on evidence-base treatments, including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, for emotion dysregulation, anxiety, OCD, and associated mental health conditions in early childhood through adulthood. She previously Work at Children's Mercy Hospital where she helped to develop and deliver DBT skills-base intervention to emotion regulation and responsive caregiving in parents and children. In addition to her Clinical Work, Dr. Sexton held appointment as Adjunct Assistant Professor in Department of Psychology at University of Missouri-Kansas City and coordinated KCCATas research activities. She provides treatment services for all ages, with particular in working with youth and families. She has over 10 years of experience directing health and mental health research projects, and her work has been published in range of journals. She is member of Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Anxiety and Depression Association of America, International OCD Foundation, and International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies.

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