Q:  What kind of Treatment Center are you?  

The Center for Anxiety & Chronic Worry provides short-term, Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for individuals who are experiencing a variety of anxiety conditions such as Chronic Worry, OCD, Panic Disorder, Health Anxiety, Phobias,  Social Anxiety, etc. that cause a significant degree of distress and impairment in their daily life.

Q:  What kind of therapy do you do?

The Center provides short-term, collaborative, solution-based therapy directed at helping each person to first better understand the nature of his or her anxiety condition, followed by teaching the person specific skills which can be immediately used t feel more confident in handling their feelings of anxious arousal across various life situations. This is accomplished by using approaches associated with Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness Therapy, and Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP). In short, each person is taught methods for objectively understanding their thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and values, such that the person can then develop more effective ways of dealing with what life throws at them. A combination of therapeutic modalities, with a strong emphasis on CBT, is considered to be among the most rapid treatment package in terms of results obtained, requiring fewer sessions and therefore, less expense.

Q:  What kind of challenges do you help with?  
People seek counseling for various reasons.  Some of the common reasons are:  Feelings of anxiety, excessive worry, or compulsive habits; Prolonged feelings of loneliness, depression, hopelessness; Distress over marital, relationship, or family relationships; Concerns about a child’s behavior or adjustment; Teen issues; Handling life transitions such as college, empty nest, retirement, etc. The Center provides help for all of these challenges, with a specialized emphasis on challenges associated with Anxiety Disorders.

Q:  What are your fees and do you take insurance?

Fees for therapy are reasonable and affordable and vary depending on the specific professional service you are seeking – call us for a fee quote.  We are generally a “pay in full at the time of service” Center, although we do work with certain out-of-network insurance carriers and will always present a receipt immediately following each session, along with instructions related to helping you get reimbursed by your individual insurance company within typically 2-3 weeks following each session. Payment for sessions (cash or check) is due at the time of your scheduled visit.

Q:  How often and how long will I be in therapy?

The Center's therapy is short-term, action and solution-focused, which generally means that patients are seen once weekly until progress begins to occur, at which time sessions are scheduled less frequently for the purpose of maintaining treatment gains.  Follow-up sessions are then scheduled once each month until you feel your goals have been met. In general, most of our patients are seen for approximately 10-12 sessions.

Q:  How long does it take to get an appointment and how do I get started?

Appointments are generally available within one week, Monday through Saturday.  Simply call the main office number in Incline Village (775.831.2436) and leave a message to request an appointment.


937 Tahoe Blvd. Ste. 205

Incline Village, NV. 89451

Phone:  775.831.2436