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  • Writer's pictureMichelle Pugle

How to Address Scopophobia and Anxiety

Scopophobia, or scoptophobia, is the fear of being stared at or looked at. It makes people anxious and more likely to avoid crowds, but it's different from social anxiety because people with social anxiety can experience a variety of social phobias.


Symptoms of scopophobia may be debilitating but there are ways to cope and treat associated feelings of anxiety. This article will explore the link between scopophobia and anxiety, the treatment options for scopophobia, and where to locate resources for coping. Read more in Verywell.

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Michelle Pugle, MA

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