In-Person Training

Pressure, Perfectionism, Performance Anxiety


This course was held on February 25, 2021


Dina Nunziato, PhD, Chief Clinical Officer Clinical Director, Anxiety Institute - Madison

Join Dina Nunziato, Ph.D. for a talk with high school students and parents around understanding and managing anxiety.

Panel discussion for the Greenwich and Darien communities around supporting students were struggling with stress and anxiety.

Learning Objectives

  • Understanding the anxiety response of the sympathetic nervous system.
  • Learn to elicit the relaxation response..

Dina Nunziato, PhD

Chief Clinical Officer

Dina Nunziato, PhD BA, University of Virginia // MSW, New York University // PhD, University of Buffalo Dr. Dina Nunziato has spent nearly two decades working with young adults in anxiety-related clinical and educational settings. Prior to joining the Anxiety Institute, Dina was the Director of Counseling & Psychological Services at Sarah Lawrence College (SLC) from 2009-2020 supervising a team of mental health and medical health providers. While at SLC, Dina designed and implemented a highly successful student self-care program, facilitating student resilience and anxiety management through a mind-body approach to wellness. Dina also spearheaded faculty, staff, and parent training designed to support healthy conversations around mental health issues.  For more than a decade, Dina served as an adjunct professor at Integrated Clinical Practice at New York University’s Graduate School of Social Work. Dina specializes in cognitive behavioral treatment of anxiety and related disorders. Her research and publications include the use of evidenced-based mindfulness techniques to support anxiety management, academic success, and emotional well-being. She recently completed a doctoral dissertation entitled Embodied Learning Communities of Practice in Addressing College Student Anxiety.

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Phone: (203) 570-9623

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