Living with Social Anxiety Disorder, or SAD, can be one of the major challenges in a person’s life. This is true whether they are officially diagnosed, or simply experience severe social anxiety symptoms on a regular basis. The first step is seeking help, and most people who suffer from SAD do not seek it. Those who do seek help usually find one response: “Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is the only effective treatment”.
However, many people treated with CBT do not improve, or therapy only yields very little results. This leaves the affected individuals in a state of helplessness, without hope for an alternative form of treatment. Fortunately, there are a variety of alternate approaches to the treatment of SAD that have been scientifically shown to be efficacious.
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