Anxiety is a natural part of life – it’s how we react to stress, and in some cases it can actually help us.  But, for some people, their anxiety gets to be too much, and can prevent them from doing things properly.

Some people are naturally anxious about learning to drive, and that’s both understandable and okay.  A calm, friendly and encouraging professional can help diminish the anxiety during controlled exercises in live traffic, and teach you how to deal with anxiety flare-ups while you are driving.

Some people have anxiety that goes beyond normal.  This is normally diagnosed as one of the following anxiety disorders:

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  • Panic Disorder

Modern Driver’s founder and instructor is both an educational psychologist and an experienced driving instructor.  He has the training, skills and education to know how to get you through the process properly.  He has the patience and creativity to keep you relaxed, calm and engaged in the driving task even while tackling scary scenarios.  He can help keep you calm and relaxed while learning to drive, teach you to avoid panic triggers and safely deal with anxiety or panic attacks while driving.

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