KARA J KARAM PSYD

3840 N High St
Columbus, OH 43214-3761
(614) 578-0262
Contact: Karam, Kara J.
Business Description: Clinical Psychologist
In Business Since: 1998
Service Area: Clintonville
On Angie's List Since: 5/30/2009
Warranties: NO
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Office Hours: Mon 10.00 AM - 07.00 PM, Tue 10.00 AM - 07.00 PM, Wed 10.00 AM - 07.00 PM, Thu 10.00 AM - 07.00 PM, Fri 10.00 AM - 07.00 PM, Sat Closed, Sun Closed, By Appointment
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Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
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Cities Served: Amlin | Ashville | Baltimore | Berwick | Bexley | Blacklick | Bloomingburg | Brice | Briggsdale | Caledonia | Canal Winchester | Cardington | Centerburg | Circleville | Clintonville | Columbus - Downtown | Danville | Darbydale | Delaware | Delaware County | Dublin | Fairfield County | Fayette County | Franklinton | Fredericktown | Gahanna | Galena | Galloway | Gambier | German Village | Grandview | Granville | Grove City | Groveport | Harrisburg | Heath | Hebron | Hilliard | Hilltop | Howard | Jeffersonville | Johnstown | Knox County | La Rue | Lancaster | Lewis Center | Licking County | Linden | Lockbourne | London | Madison County | Marengo | Marion | Marion County | Marysville | Minerva Park | Morrow County | Mount Gilead | Mount Vernon | Mt. Vernon | New Albany | Newark | Obetz | Olde Towne East | Orient | Osu | Pataskala | Pickaway County | Pickerington | Plain City | Powell | Prospect | Reynoldsburg | Reynoldsburg | Richwood | Sharon Woods | Shepard-eastgate | Short North | Sunbury | Union County | Upper Arlington | Urbancrest | Victorian Village | Washington Court House | West Jefferson | Westerville | Westland | Whitehall | Worthington
 
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Food addictions create overpowering cravings that may lead some to compulsively overeat certain foods well past the point of satisfying hunger, despite potentially dramatic long-term health consequences, like diabetes, heart attack and stroke. (Photo by Brandon Smith)
Food addictions create overpowering cravings that may lead some to compulsively overeat certain foods well past the point of satisfying hunger, despite potentially dramatic long-term health consequences, like diabetes, heart attack and stroke. (Photo by Brandon Smith)

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Psychologist Julie Pike specializes in treating anxiety disorders at the Anxiety Disorders Treatment Center in Durham, N.C. (Photo by Ray Black III)

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Whether you suffer from generalized anxiety disorder or panic disorder, characterized by panic attacks, experts say there's help. Just don't go it alone.

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It’s important to use specific emotion words like angry, sad, worried, terrified, or betrayed, and use as many of them as you need to fully describe your emotional experience, says Archer.
It’s important to use specific emotion words like angry, sad, worried, terrified, or betrayed, and use as many of them as you need to fully describe your emotional experience, says Archer.

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