Treatments at the University of Florida Psychology Clinic are provided by licensed psychologists, or by experienced therapists under their direct supervision. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy is a frequently used method that reduces anxiety by teaching self-management skills, including psycho-education, cognitive restructuring of anxiety producing thoughts, corrective breathing exercises, and systematic adaptation to feared sensations and situations. More information on the nature of treatments for anxiety disorders is provided on this website.
Treatment services provided by the UF Psychology Clinic are covered by most private insurance and managed care plans, as well as Medicare and Workers' Compensation. In addition, cash payments and payment with VISA and MasterCard are also accepted for your convenience.
Unfortunately, the State of Florida currently does not reimburse for psychological services through Medicaid.
For more information or to make an appointment, please call (352) 392-1037
The Fear and Anxiety Disorders Clinic at the University of Florida does not itself provide therapy and does not prescribe medications for anxiety disorders. However, we can provide you with a referral for treatment. If our Clinic staff were to determine that medications would be helpful to your particular needs, we will provide you with a referral to a physician. The information provided is meant as a guideline only.