Gwilym N. H. Roddick, LCSW

Psychotherapy for Anxiety & Addictions


Evidence-Based Practices

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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) for Anxiety

Pronounced “Act,” this “Third Wave” form of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) incorporates practical mindfulness skills with value driven behavior.

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Individualized Treatment for Anxiety and Substance Abuse

Meeting people where they are and collaboration are fundamental principles of CBT and Motivational Interviewing. Everyone’s process of change is unique.

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Integrated Treatment: Addressing the Gap in Services

In an effort to treat the whole person, Mr. Roddick utilizes both Evidence-based and traditional interventions. His unique way of working at the The Ross Center is supported up by both research and clinical expertise.

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How are Cognitive Behavioral Therapies (CBT) Unique?

Developing new levels of awareness is incredibly valuable. The essence of Mr. Roddick’s work is an acknowledgment of the past, while helping individuals to employ behavioral and cognitive changes to their current situations, with the goal of moving forward.

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How to Connect

For more information about my individual services, groups, supervision, or speaking engagements, please contact The Ross Center.