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Parkland, FL

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Palm Beach/ Boca Raton, FL

At Anxiety Institute, we offer specialized, long-lasting solutions for youth, families and adults grappling with OCD, anxiety and anxiety-related disorders. Our team of professionals serving residents of Parkland are experts in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and utilize daily Exposure Therapy, grounded in scientific research and medical sciences, to help you overcome your anxiety or OCD.

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(561) 922-8200

Anxiety Institute

2300 Glades Road, Suite 350E
Boca Raton, FL 33431

Approximately 19 min (14.5 mi) via FL-869 N and Florida’s Tpke from Parkland, FL

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Monday – Friday

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

About Anxiety Institute

Conveniently located between the Florida Turnpike and I-95, our office at 2300 Glades Road hosts convenient parking and proximity to retail locations including the Town Center.

Our Programs

Intensive Day Program

From Struggle to Strength: Our day program confronts OCD, anxiety, and related disorders head-on for youth ages 13-25.

With a tailored approach, we blend daily CBT sessions, applied behavioral coaching, and group therapies. Dive into wellness activities that boost mental and physical health. Parental involvement is key – we nurture family ties through psychoeducation and parent coaching for lasting change.

Our concentrated intensive outpatient program occurs Monday through Friday, over a 6-12 week time frame, depending on severity of symptoms. Each day consists of four hours of targeted individual and group work.

Individual Therapy

Discover personalized therapy sessions targeting OCD, anxiety, anxiety-related disorders provided by specialized, highly trained clinicians.

Our approach is grounded in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) but augmented by state-of-the-art techniques like bio-feedback, virtual reality, EMDR therapy, and Cognitive Processing therapy.

Parent Coaching Services

Our parent coaching services offer a holistic approach for parents dealing with a child’s anxiety.

We teach evidence-based techniques that not only counter anxiety but also foster resilience and independence. Drawing from Yale’s SPACE model, we create a customized action plan that benefits your child and improves parent-child interactions.

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Staff Highlight

Kayla Zucker, LMHC
Staff Clinician

Palm Beach/ Boca Raton, FL

Kayla Zucker received her BS in Psychology and Sociology from Jacksonville University, and her MS in Mental Health Counseling from Nova Southeastern University. Kayla specializes in Solution-Focused Therapy which offers pragmatic solutions for the present and preventive strategies for the future. Kayla has worked extensively with adolescents in academic, community health, and in-home settings focusing on the family dynamic and supporting parental needs. Kayla’s broad experience with school districts provides her with expertise on facilitating school accommodations and identifying available community resources.

Kayla is also trained in advanced Art Therapy techniques, an integrative treatment that uses artistic self-expression to improve mental health and well-being by activating reward pathways in the brain, reducing stress, lowering anxiety levels and improving mood.

From the Team in Palm Beach County, FL...

“This isn’t a place where you come to fix your child. It’s a place where you come to help your child understand what drives her, what can help her and how she can help herself. It’s such a different angle to come at. It’s not there’s something wrong with you we’re going to fix you. No there’s something great about you, and you have to understand it and you have to know how to live with it and how to get through your difficulties. But it will make you better and stronger.”

A Parent of an Anxiety Institute Teen

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The everyday hustle and bustle of life can be overwhelming sometimes and hard to manage if you’re dealing with anxiety. Anxiety Institute is here to help. Our team specializes in treatment for a variety of anxiety and anxiety-related disorders for clients between the ages of 13 and 25. Let’s start with a conversation.

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About Parkland, FL

Parkland, FL

Parkland, FL is an affluent suburban city located in Broward County, approximately 24 miles northwest of Fort Lauderdale. Known for its expansive parks, equestrian trails, and gated communities, Parkland has cultivated an environment that places a premium on family life and community engagement. The city boasts a high-performing public school system and various recreational spaces, making it an attractive choice for families looking for a peaceful, yet connected lifestyle. With zoning laws that restrict commercial development, the city offers a retreat from urban hustle while still being close to larger metropolitan areas like Miami and Fort Lauderdale.

The demographics of Parkland are diverse but tend toward upper-middle-class families. Many parents are professionals, often working in industries like finance, healthcare, and technology. The educational standards are high, and the city has a sense of collective investment in the well-being of its children.

In this tight-knit community, mental health is an increasingly recognized issue, particularly among young people. The city still grapples with the aftermath of the 2018 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, which has made mental health a particularly poignant concern for residents. Conditions like anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder are topics of ongoing community conversation and action, with a growing infrastructure of support and treatment options being developed to address these challenges.

Parkland, FL Statistics:


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5 Public Schools (1 High School)
3 Private Schools