Individual and Intensive Outpatient Treatment in Short Hills, NJ

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Madison, NJ

Anxiety Institute in Short Hills, NJ knows the challenges of anxiety. Our services can help you cope by offering intensive outpatient treatment. Contact us now.

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(973) 360-8400

Anxiety Institute

333 Main St, Suite 200
Madison, NJ 07940

Approximately 5-10 minutes to your local provider at 333 Main Street, Madison NJ.

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9am – 5pm

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About Anxiety Institute

Conveniently located off Route 24 (between routes I-78 and I-287), our office at 333 Main Street, Suite 200 hosts convenient parking and proximity to Madison’s charming downtown.

Our Programs

Intensive Day Program
Addressing moderate to severe OCD and anxiety in youth ages 13-25, Anxiety Institute provides a structured day program.

Dive into CBT during individual sessions, practice coping strategies with exposure coaches, and connect with peers in daily group therapies. Our wellness offerings, from mindfulness to fitness, rejuvenate the mind and body. Parents are not forgotten; we foster stronger family bonds and more effective parenting skills through psychoeducation and parent coaching. 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
Holistic, individual-focused therapy from skilled clinicians specializing in anxiety and OCD.

Using a multi-faceted approach including evidence-based CBT, we also employ advanced technologies like bio-feedback, EMDR and virtual reality to suit unique needs.

Parent Coaching Services
Anxiety Institute Coaching Service is committed to transforming the way you support your anxious child.

Using proven strategies from the Yale Child Study Center’s SPACE treatment model, we teach you to replace anxiety-accommodating behaviors with constructive interactions, fostering resilience in your child.

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Staff Highlight

Andrew Barile, PsyD, NCSP
Clinical Supervisor

Madison, NJ

Dr. Andrew Barile was awarded his Doctorate of Psychology in child and school psychology with experience in private and public schools, school-based behavioral health programs, and a pediatric psychiatric hospital.

Andrew provides experience treating children and their families with a concentration in anxiety disorders, mood disorders, and trauma. Andrew completed his predoctoral internship at Rockland Children’s Psychiatric Center in Orangeburg, NY where he helped patients and their families alleviate maladaptive coping strategies and increase positive social-emotional and mental health outcomes. Andrew has wide-ranging assessment experience in neuropsychological, psychodiagnostics and psychoeducational evaluations to assist in therapeutic and educational treatment planning. He uses CBT, ACT, and compassion-focused approaches in his therapeutic relationships.

From the Team in Greenwich, CT...

“Nothing short of terrific. Patient, kind, supportive. Our clinician was really good about following up and outlining everything we spoke about.”

A Parent of an Anxiety Institute Teen

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About Short Hills, NJ

Short Hills, NJ

The Short Hills community is a proud member of Essex County and is situated within the northeastern portion of New Jersey. Many Short Hills residents commute to New York City on a daily basis to make a living.

Residents throughout Short Hills place great emphasis on family and take great pride in their strong school system. In fact, of the more than 4,100 households set throughout the town, over 54% feature children under the age of 18. Roughly 35% of children between the ages of 13 and 18 are affected by anxiety and stress-related disorders. Without the proper form of treatment, these teens may perform poorly in school, avoid formative social experiences, and experiment in substance abuse.