Schedule an appointment with a Social Anxiety Therapist in Arlington Heights, Chicago 

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Social anxiety is a type of anxiety disorder that is characterized by having a fear of social interaction. The fear can relate to group settings and/or interpersonal communication. Social anxiety is common among individuals who are fearful of other people’s judgements, opinions, and perceptions. It can develop from traumatic past experiences, bullying, as well as emotional, physical, sexual or verbal abuse. Therapists help patients who suffer from social anxiety to overcome their fears by dealing with their emotions and increasing self esteem and confidence.
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Virginia Harren

Clinical Supervisor

Virginia Harren approaches her patients by utilizing a holistic and clinical method of addressing and treating sleep related problems. She knows that although some sleep disorders are based in medical and biological causes, she understands that emotional, behavioral, and environmental factors are just as significant in sleep health. As a licensed clinical professional counselor, Virginia is trained in using Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical-Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) to treat emotional and behavioral issues that influence poor sleep and consequential negative results.

Brittney Segoviano

Therapist

Brittney Segoviano helps her clients acknowledge how their social fears negatively impact their daily lives. She believes that by assisting individuals in gaining self-awareness in order to recognize the implications that their fears impact, they will ultimately gain a greater desire to overcome their social anxiety. Brittney uses an integrative and collective approach to teach her patients how to increase confidence in professional environments, social settings, and interpersonal relationships. Brittney is experienced in treating eating disorders, self-harm behaviors, depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts, and knows that when social anxiety is left untreated, these negative behaviors and mental health issues are at risk.