Are you one of the 18% who struggle with an Anxiety Disorder?

Anxiety disorders are a serious mental illness effecting more than 40 million Americans (18% of the adult population). [1]  Everyone has anxiety. Anxiety helps us to work hard on a deadline to do our best. If we see a bear near us in the woods, anxiety increases to help alert us of danger as a form of protection.

When does anxiety become a problem?

When it gets’s in the way when excessive anxiety interferes with everyday activities such as going to work or school or spending time with friends or family. When you no longer feel like you are living, but merely surviving and most of your efforts are going towards trying to manage your anxiety, it’s time to seek help. Help is exaction what Mandy did by coming to The Anxiety Center at Renew’s Intensive Outpatient Program. Covered by most insurance companies, in just six weeks, Mandy is living an entirely different life than she has lived for years.

At the Anxiety Center, we offer a six-week program allowing participants to both learn and apply tools to deal with anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, phobias, or PTSD allowing one to stop striving, and start living their life towards the values they want to live by.

Renew’s anxiety Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is designed to provide effective, research based treatment for anxiety issues when individual counseling is not enough.   Renew has done extensive research, working with clinicians throughout the nation to bring this State of the Art Anxiety Program to Kansas City using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectic Behavioral Therapy Skills, and Exposure Response Prevention.

What makes our program unique?

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy is the cutting edge treatment modality for anxiety disorders. Those in the program learn:

  • Mindfulness and living in the moment
  • Living within one values to possess a meaningful life
  • Proactive exposures to anxiety based fears
  • Understanding and changing vicious cycles that keep one stuck

Call for a FREE confidential assessment today to see if The Anxiety Program is the right fit for you.  913.768.6606.

[1] National Institute of Mental Health and Kessler, Chiu, Demler & Walters, 2005.National Institute of Mental Health) (Kessler, Chiu, Demler, & Walters, 2005)