The Andrew Kukes Foundation has now partnered with the Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute to start a program to help people cure their social phobia. The program team is made up of 15 clinical psychoanalysts who'll conduct one-on-one intensive psychotherapy sessions with individuals afflicted with the condition. The sessions will help them deal with their social anxiety in behavioral terms. In some cases, medications will be added to the treatment. The treatment will last for several years, with the initial program treating 10 individuals. About three people have been accepted so far. Dr. Dushyant Trivedi is the clinical director and Dr. Marvin Margolis is the project director. To find out more, click the link below.
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