New Social Anxiety and Shyness Support Group starting Wednesday, June 6, 2012, at 6:30 PM in Sherman Oaks.

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May 25th, 2012 >> Social Anxiety and Shyness

Support Group for Adults experiencing Social  Anxiety

                                            Facilitated by: Anita Avedian, MFT

New Group Starting on Wednesday, June 6, 2012, at 6:30 PM in Sherman Oaks.  

Do you avoid social situations? Do you worry about what others are thinking while you’re in public, at school, at the mall, or in social situations? Not sure what to say when people approach you?  

If you have answered “YES”, contact Anita TODAY!

           

This group helps participants:

  • Feel more comfortable and confident in feared social situations.
  • Increase the ability to express themselves.
  • Learn to be more comfortable with other’s perception of them.
  • Reflect on interpersonal skills.
  • Identify patterns in life, and find more constructive ways to cope.
  • And MORE…

 

FREE half hour consultation with Anita prior to entering the group!

$225/ month

 

Contact Anita Avedian at (818) 426-2495 for further information.

You may also visit her website at www.AnitaAvedian.com.

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