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Social Anxiety Treatment Studies

The Medical Research Network (MRN) offers research study treatment programs for adults struggling with Social Anxiety.  All study programs are free and confidential.  Benefits include:

  • A comprehensive psychiatric evaluation
  • Thorough medical evaluations
  • Compensation for travel expenses during the study
  • 6 months of free, ongoing, expert after-care treatment at our clinic after the study
  • Study visits, assessments, and study medication are all provided free of charge for eligible participants

Request Information or Schedule an Appointment:

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By completing this form and clicking "submit" above, you are agreeing to allow MRN to: (1) access and store the information you have provided, and (2) use the information you have provided to contact you at a future date about the study or type of information you are interested in. If at any point in the future you decide you no longer want MRN to store or use the information you provided, please contact MRN at (212) 595-5012 to request that your information be deleted.

Social Anxiety Disorder

Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) is characterized by significant nervousness and discomfort in social situations.  Individuals with social anxiety experience intense self-consciousness and fear in different social settings, which can be extremely difficult to participate in and may be avoided altogether. 

Social Anxiety Disorder is the most common anxiety disorder.  It can interfere with work, school, social life, family life, and daily activities. 

Learn more about Social Anxiety here.  Or, take a brief survey of Social Anxiety symptoms below.

Social Anxiety Survey

Do you experience fear or anxiety, or feel nervous, embarrassed, or uncomfortable in social settings? Think about the following situations and rate your anxiety in each situation:

1. Giving a speech or speaking in front of a group:
2. Talking with someone you don't know very well:
3. Going to a party:
4. Eating or drinking with others in public places:
5. Being the center of attention:
6. Entering a room when others are already seated:
7. Calling someone on the phone who you don't know very well:
8. Participating in small groups:
9. Working or writing while being observed:
10. Speaking up a meeting or giving a report to a group:
Give yourself 0 points for every answer of "None," 1 point for every "Mild," 2 points for every "Moderate," and 3 points for every "Severe." Total scores will range from 0 to 30, with higher scores indicating greater anxiety in social situations.
For more information about Social Anxiety and current research studies available, including the option to make an appointment for a free, confidential screening, please complete this form with the information below and one of our Research Coordinators will contact you. All inquiries are strictly confidential.
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By completing this form and clicking "submit" above, you are agreeing to allow MRN to: (1) access and store the information you have provided, and (2) use the information you have provided to contact you at a future date about the study or type of information you are interested in. If at any point in the future you decide you no longer want MRN to store or use the information you provided, please contact MRN at (212) 595-5012 to request that your information be deleted.