A key goal is to optimize your functioning and performance.
Anxiety has an interesting relationship to performance. People with no anxiety, function and perform less well, or even more poorly.
Performance gets better with anxiety, but only up to a point.
When anxiety becomes too high, performance decreases.
The bell-shaped curve (from Yerkes–Dodson) shows how performance increases with mild to moderate anxiety and then decreases with high anxiety.
Our strategy is to help you find the right amount of emotional arousal to optimize your performance. Then to help you maintain top performance.
From time to time Dr. Fuller will close his practice to new patients if closing benefits his established patients.
This strategy reflects his commitment to only treating individuals if he can give them his best effort. It is his belief that quality of care of his patients is more important than numbers.
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Anxiety disorders, such as simple anxiety and stress, social anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, phobias, panic disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Mood disorders, such as depression, unresolved grief and bipolar disorder.
Sexual conditions in women and men.
Attention Deficit Disorders, including hyperactive, inattentive and combined types.
Addictions, such as alcoholism, drug dependence or compulsive internet use.
Personality issues, such as rigid, fearful, overly dramatic or unhealthy patterns of thinking and acting.
Interpersonal conflicts, perfectionism, autistic-like behavior.
Insomnia and excessive daytime sleepiness.
Memory impairment from the first signs to dementia.