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About Dr. Rosmarin
David H. Rosmarin PhD is an associate professor at Harvard Medical School, a program director at McLean Hospital, and founder of Center for Anxiety, which services over 1,000 patients/year in multiple states. He is an international expert on spirituality and mental health, whose work has been featured in Scientific American, the Boston Globe, the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times.
Through his work as a clinical psychologist, scientist, educator and author, Dr. Rosmarin has helped thousands of patients and organizations to live happier and more productive lives. His most recent book is Thriving with Anxiety: 9 Tools to Make Your Anxiety Work for You.
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.
Center for Anxiety has grown to a staff of 75 people across six clinic locations, servicing about 1,000 new patients each year. Its intensive outpatient and Dialectical Behavior Therapy programs provide high quality services for individuals struggling with complex or acute symptoms. Center for Anxiety has changed the lives of over 10,000 patients and their families.
About Thriving with Anxiety:
9 Tools to Make Your Anxiety Work for You
Those of us who suffer from anxiety either exhaust ourselves trying to cure it or resign ourselves to a lifetime of fear and worry. What if, instead of fighting our anxiety, we could turn it into a strength?
Through nine easy-to-follow strategies, Dr. David H. Rosmarin demonstrates how to harness the power of anxiety to learn about ourselves, deepen our relationships with others, and achieve our deepest goals and dreams.
Dr. Rosmarin’s constructive, compassionate, and evidence-based approach will not rid you of your anxiety. Instead, it will empower you to reach your fullest potential because of it.