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For some folks, a party or networking event is a great way to meet new people. For others, it can be a panic-inducing HELLSCAPE! In this episode of GROUP, we deep dive into the minds of people with social anxiety, featuring mental health blogger Claire Eastham, author of the best-selling book  We’re All Mad Here, and Therapist Noah Clyman, director of NYC Cognitive Therapy. Also: stories of disguise, intrigue, and nerds in cages. 

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Claire Eastham

Claire is a best-selling Author and award-winning mental health blogger, fast becoming known for her hit blog, We’re Mad Here.  Claire debuted her instant best selling self-titled book We’re Mad Here in November 2016. You can follow her on Youtube, Twitter and Instagram.

Featured Expert

 

Noah Clyman, LCSW-R, ACT

Noah Clyman is the founder of NYC Cognitive Therapy. He has dedicated his life to helping people work past problems for happier, more fulfilled lives, with a specific focus on anxiety problems and depression. Noah is a supervisor for the Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and an Adjunct Lecturer for NYU and Columbia University. 

 Image by designer and illustrator  Catherine Lepage  from    Thin Slices of Anxiety: Observations and Advice to Ease a Worried Mind

Image by designer and illustrator Catherine Lepage from Thin Slices of Anxiety: Observations and Advice to Ease a Worried Mind