In this hour, we will describe the main symptoms associated with anxiety, panic and fear and look at both the productive and debilitating impact that these experiences have on us. Our speaker will share his personal struggles with panic and how his healing journey led him to create a highly effective treatment model that has changed his life and the lives of his clients. We will discuss why people grapple with these emotional states and how they influence our thoughts, feelings and behavioral choices. We will learn about differences between men and women as they experience panic, and whether age or other demographics are factors. As we explore the specific treatment approaches that are most effective, we will also discuss the responses that are the least effective and inadvertently wind up adding to and prolonging our discomfort.

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Special Guest

Daniel Lerner, PsyD

As a Family Strategist and founder of Strategic Family Solution, LLC, Dr. Lerner helps individuals whose businesses, wealth, and relationships are threatened by intergenerational friction, antagonistic divorces, sibling rivalry, and addiction. He has given presentations on ethics, spirituality, and professional practice at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, the University of Maryland and the University of Baltimore law schools. Dr. Lerner has a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Rabbinical Ordination, a Master of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Science in Education. He has worked with gambling addictions, pathological narcissism, interventions for at-risk youth, family therapy, vocational counseling, and communication/social skills training. Dr. Lerner’s recent research has focused on the role of emotion in decision-making and the science of effective communication. His latest clinical endeavor includes a highly effective model for treating anxiety, fear and panic. Read more about Dr. Lerner here. >

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