Many experience distress about needles. This can interfere with our healthcare, or make the experience very distressing. This webinar offers a simple breathing skill that can help and is based on many years of research.
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Alicia E. Meuret, PhD
Dr. Alicia E. Meuret, Ph.D., is a Licensed Psychologist and the Director of the Anxiety and Depression Research Center at Southern Methodist University. Dr. Meuret is a leading researcher in the field of anxiety and mood disorders. She has published over 90 scientific publications and authored over 150 presentations at scientific conferences. She is a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of ADAA.
Erica Simon, PhD
Dr. Erica Simon is a licensed clinical psychologist in Northern California, with 15 years of experience treating adults and couples. She completed her Ph.D. at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas; her clinical and research fellowship at UCLA; her clinical internship at Long Beach VA Medical Center; and her post-doctoral residency at the San Diego VA. Dr. Simon’s expertise includes health psychology, medical anxiety, and needle anxiety.
ADAA Continuing Education Credits for Live and On-Demand Programming
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