This is not a meetup, but an FYI on a documentary to be viewed in your own home, on your own time via YouTube.com, and is available for viewing now.
Social Anxiety Documentary: Afraid of People
Narrated by Donny Osmond.
Run time: 57 minutes
Social Anxiety is the third most common mental disorder in the United States after depression and substance abuse.
This documentary is sponsored by Freedom from Fear, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping people who suffer from anxieties and depression.
Building bridges from education to treatment.
The Social Anxiety Busters of Orange County, CA Meetup Group.
Very active therapeutic and group participation meetup group:
Dr. Richard’s, The Social Anxiety Association:
(AvPD) Avoidant Personality Disorder:
For those interested in (SA) Social Anxiety or Avoidant issues, check out this two-paged article on Asperger’s Syndrome: http://www.webmd.com/brain/autism/mental-health-aspergers-syndrome.
Xenophobia. Fear of strangers:
Highly recommended hypnotherapist in Los Angeles to help with Anxiety and Sadness, Lynda Malerstein, BCH. Offering you the A.R.T. (Affirm, Release, Transform) Hypnotherapy system which includes 5 Path, 7th Path, EFT and the Perfect Affirmation process. http://powerjourneys.com
Bio Energetic Synchronization Technique (B.E.S.T.).
Completely non-invasive and highly effective body/subconscious rewiring technique.
Gina DeMasi, highly recommended B.E.S.T. practitioner:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT):
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR):
NeuroLlinguistic Programming (NLP):
Emotional Freedom Technique, EFT) aka “Tapping”:
Find a support buddy! Find a penpal in your specific health topic. Inspire.com is an online support group for the countless various types of health afflictions. It offers forums, discussions, and finding a support buddy. Medical professionals sometimes participate and offer advice. Inspire.com partners with 80 other support organizations and foundations. Find the support groups for your specific needs.
May is Mental Health Month. To receive a free screening on National Anxiety Disorders Screening Day, call toll free at 1.888.442.2022.