Social Anxiety

Social anxiety affects and estimated range of 3 to 12 percent of the overall population. The by-products of social anxiety include depression; self medication, with alcohol usually the drug of choice; an inability to compete in today’s stressful society characterized by poor performance and a lack of productivity, and often family distress. Those who do seek help often receive inappropriate or ineffective treatment. Most current treatment of social anxiety is based on medication. For many individuals this just breeds further dependence, which itself is a big part of the social anxiety problem.

Self-Help & Treatment Options

  1. Free Introductory CD
  2. "Social Anxiety the Untold Story": Comprehensive Self-Help for Sufferers and Families
  3. The book, "Beyond Shyness: How to Conquer Social Anxieties" (Simon & Schuster)
  4. The book, "Work Makes Me Nervous: Self-Help for Performance Anxiety (Wiley and Sons)
  5. Comprehensive self-therapy audio CD program for social and performance anxiety
  6. Public Speaking Anxiety: Self Therapy Audio CD Program
  7. Therapy in Great Neck, New York
  8. Therapy worldwide via telephone or Skype
  9. Selective Mutism Seminar on Audio CD
  10. "Parenting The Selectively Mute Child": Self-therapy Audio CD Program
  11. Free social-ability questionnaire
  12. Subscribe to the Tip of the Month Club
  13. "Social Therapy and the Learning Disabled: A seminar on Audio tape and mp3
  14. Free "Parent Addiction" quiz
  15. AskJonathan: Get your questions about social anxiety answered