Child, Adult, & Family
Psychological Center

Children and Adolescents
Eating Disorders
Personality Disorders
Relationship Problems
Substance Use and Abuse


Anxiety, often called "stress," is our body's response to a perceived threat. We all experience anxiety from time to time. However, anxiety can become a problem when it is persistent and unmanageable and begins to interfere with life. Whether it is felt suddenly and "out of the blue" in the form of panic or chronically in the form of worry, there are ways to learn to cope with anxiety and reduce its harmful effects in your life. Therapy can help you learn about the sources of your anxiety, and how to reduce and manage your anxiety.    

The Atrium at Allenway
315 South Allen Street, Suite 218
State College, PA 16801
Phone: (814) 234-3010     Fax: (814) 234-2170

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