Anxiety can be uncomfortable at best and debilitating at worst. In our February Tourette Talk, Psychologist Dr. Jill Richards will define the different types of anxiety that can affect us and provide an overview of the principles of treatment approaches to each. Join us on Thursday, February 23rd at 7pm for our February Tourette Talk “Cultivating Calm: Principles in the Treatment and Management of Anxiety.”
Jill Richards, PsyD received her undergraduate degree from The University of Michigan and her doctoral degree from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She completed her Post Doctoral Fellowship at Northwestern University. While offering clinical services through CMHS, Dr. Richards was formerly the Director of Rutgers University mental health, psychiatric and substance abuse services. Through the years Dr. Richards has worked extensively with college students and, in addition, she has substantial experience working with adults, couples and families. Incorporated into Dr. Richards’s approach is respect for cultural and individual difference and a deep appreciation of how power, access and opportunity impact health and well-being.