Approximately 55% of Americans suffer from driving anxiety. This  anxiety can manifest in a variety of ways, leaving some sufferers unable to drive at all.

Dr. David Shanley, a psychologist specializing in anxiety and OCD, talks with Dr. Liz about his work with those suffering with anxiety and common practices in treating driving anxiety.

Key Takeaways from Liz’s chat with Dr. Shanley:

• Learn about Dr. Shanley’s background and treatment modalities
• Hear what driving anxiety really is
• Discover what can trigger driving anxiety
• Find out more about the impact of driving anxiety on sufferers
• Learn some quick tips for dealing with your own anxiety while driving

All of this and more, on this episode of Calm, Cool and Connected.

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