Dr. David H. Rosmarin, International Expert on Thriving with Anxiety

Founder of Center for Anxiety, Harvard Medical School Associate Professor, McLean Hospital Program Director
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More psychotherapists are incorporating religion into their practices

More psychotherapists are incorporating religion into their practices

“Americans’ mental health is at the lowest point in history,” said David H. Rosmarin, an associate professor at Harvard Medical School. “People are feeling more isolated than ever...
Can You Experience a Panic Attack or Anxiety Attack ‘Hangover’? Two Psychologists Explain

Can You Experience a Panic Attack or Anxiety Attack ‘Hangover’? Two Psychologists Explain

If you’ve ever experienced either an anxiety attack or a panic attack, you likely know how you’ll feel in the minutes or hours that follow...
Has the Pandemic Robbed Us of a Shared Sense of Humanity?

Has the Pandemic Robbed Us of a Shared Sense of Humanity?

Listen to Dr. David H. Rosmarin explore the psychology behind aggression and polarization.

About Dr. David H. Rosmarin

Through his work as a clinical psychologist, scientist, educator and author, Dr. Rosmarin has helped thousands of patients and organizations learn how to live a more happy and productive life. For over two decades, he has taught about how to overcome the stigmas associated with anxiety and how to embrace our human emotions to learn from them and thrive. Through his expertise with evidence-based approaches, his cutting-edge scientific work focusing on spirituality and mental health, and his deep rooted passion for helping others understand why they may be struggling, Dr. Rosmarin’s focus is how to turn anxiety into a strength—one that can enhance our relationships with ourselves, with others, and our sense of meaning, purpose, and spirituality.

Career

​​David H. Rosmarin, PhD, ABPP, is the Founder of Center for Anxiety, an Associate Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, Director of the McLean Hospital Spirituality & Mental Health Program, a clinical innovator in the treatment of anxiety and depression, a board-certified clinical psychologist with licenses in four U.S. states, an author, a researcher and a peer-reviewed scholar.

About Center for Anxiety

Dr. Rosmarin founded Center for Anxiety in 2011 to fill a void that was lacking in the collective New York City mental health ecosystem: To build a group practice providing affordable and exceptional evidenced-based mental healthcare, with custom-tailored treatments for each patients’ unique needs.

The program has grown to a staff of more than 40 people across four clinic locations in New York, servicing over 1,000 patients each year. Center for Anxiety’s intensive outpatient and Dialectical Behavior Therapy programs provide high quality services for individuals struggling with complex or acute symptoms. 

Recent Events

Dr. David H. Rosmarin has had the honor of speaking and presenting at varying conferences and events. A few to highlight are: 

2021

Juggling Stress at Work and Home

Podcast Interview – McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School

The Power of Self-Compassion

Invited Lecture – McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School

Thriving in the Age of Anxiety

Invited Lecture – Brandeis University

How to Overcome Covid-19 Re-entry Anxiety

Invited Panel – Anxiety & Depression Association of America

The Impact of Spirituality on Wellbeing

Invited Keynote Lecture – Mental Health Foundation of India

2020

Strategies to Manage Stress in Dire Times

Invited Lecture – McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School

Living in the Age of Anxiety (Four-part series)

Invited Workshop – Orthodox Union

How to Manage Anxiety in a Pandemic

Invited Panel – Everyday Health

Managing Covid-19 Anxiety: Tips and Strategies for Families

Invited Panel – Anxiety & Depression Association of America

2019

Spirituality & Mental Health: What Clinicians Need to Know

Invited Workshop – Association for Behavioral & Cognitive Therapies  

Writing

Can Anxiety Be a Blessing?

Can Anxiety Be a Blessing?

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Institute of Mental Health estimated that nearly one third of American
You Can Thrive With Anxiety

You Can Thrive With Anxiety

If you think you don’t handle anxiety as well as you could, you’re probably right. Most people do whatever they can
​​Psychiatry Needs To Get Right With God

​​Psychiatry Needs To Get Right With God

By not making more of an effort to incorporate spirituality in treatment, we are doing a disservice to patients.

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