I specialize in the treatment of anxiety disorders such as Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, Phobias, PTSD, and Social Anxiety. I also have a special interest in treating anxiety-related health problems such as Insomnia, Nightmares, Erectile Dysfunction, Shy Bladder, and Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
My Treatment Philosophy
Anxiety is a natural part of our human experience; however, too much anxiety can be maladaptive. Nevertheless, anxiety is highly treatable with significant research demonstrating the effectiveness of psychotherapy treatments. My aim is to provide high quality evidenced-based psychotherapy treatments such as exposure, cognitive behavioral therapy, and mindfulness (origins from Eastern theories and practice) based strategies. Together, we can find a more effective way in facing anxiety so that you can pursue your life values.
Contact and Fees
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, at x3, or via our contact page if you would like to discuss the possibility of working with me. Currently, I am only available during evenings and weekends. The standard fees for evenings and weekends are $185 per 50-minute session and $205 for the initial assessment.
Currently accepting new patients: Yes
Dr. Tsan has published in the area of health psychology, PTSD, and men and masculinity. Selected publications by Dr. Tsan:
“Method of analysis as a factor in models of admission among veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan deployments”
“Mental health treatment after major surgery among Vietnam-era Veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder.”
“Association of parental status and diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder among Veterans of Operations Iraq and Enduring Freedom.”
“Racial/ethnic disparities in monitoring metabolic parameters for patients with schizophrenia receiving antipsychotic medications.”
“Investigating gender differences in PTSD, depression, and substance use disorders among OEF/OIF Veterans.”
“Mortality and guideline-concordant care for older patients with schizophrenia: A retrospective longitudinal study.”
“Primary care mental health integration and consecutive annual care among Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans.”
For more information, read Dr. Tsan’s CV.