PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- From a little noticed but highly effective method of treating anxiety and related disorders, Dr. Brigette Erwin has grown her Anxiety and OCD Center into one of the largest specialized practices of its kind in the Philadelphia area.
Building on the Center's history of consistently strong treatment outcomes, she is now reaching a new constituency: executives and their organizations. The Dr. Erwin Consulting arm of her practice works to maximize personal and professional potential for senior and mid-level executives and bottom line results for their organizations.
"Training is short term, strategy-based, and goal oriented, just as we want the executive and organization to be," says Dr. Erwin, a medically-trained cognitive psychologist who incorporates best-practice medical research in her treatment methods. Corporate clients have included physicians, corporations, universities, hospitals, financial institutions and consulting firms.
Dr. Erwin opened her Anxiety and OCD Center in 2006 as a one-person practice with three clients. Today, a staff of five clinicians treats clients of all ages at the Center's new, larger quarters in suburban Malvern, Pa. Having envisioned, planned and operated her practice on a business model, she brings to her counseling service hands-on experience and transformative insights.
Workplace stress costs United States business hundreds of million of dollars annually in reduced productivity and lost potential. "Stress is one motivator, but here are others with fewer personal and organizational costs. Intentionally selecting motivators and an organizational culture improves corporate and personal goals."
A client was disengaging from work opportunities and felt that her job lacked purpose because her CEO used fear as a motivator. "She can't change the boss, but she can improve her ability to function in just about any environment," says Dr. Erwin.
Dr. Erwin Consulting, she notes, is well received. "Our referral base continues to expand, which is an important measure of client satisfaction and their improvement through our training in implementing personal and professional changes."
Dr. Erwin is a nationally recognized speaker and has authored numerous articles for professional journals and contributed to books on anxiety disorders. Her work in advancing their study and treatment has been recognized by the Anxiety and Depression Association of America and the National Institute of Mental Health, among others.
For more information, visit AnxietyOCD.com, or telephone 484 947-8820.
SOURCE Anxiety and OCD Center