The Park’s Extinction Anxiety Clinic will open a second location early next year.
The clinic’s head, Dr. Berthilidis Strix, made the announcement in the following communiqué released to the press this morning:
“Since the first Extinction Anxiety Clinic opened in January 2013, our team has assisted Park Animals who experience the debilitating effects of Extinction Anxiety (EA) every day. Thousands of Animals have been the beneficiaries of our work, but we know there is much more to do. For this reason, we have decided to open a second clinic early in the new year.
It is our hope that expanding our premises to accommodate the growing number of Animals who experience EA will also enable us to expand our services beyond what we are able to offer presently. EA is a rapidly growing field and we look forward to having the opportunity to offer our patients the latest techniques based on the most recent research findings.”
According to the communiqué, the new clinic will be located in a building adjacent to the Park Hospital for the Afflicted and Infirm. The clinic will take over a space that was previously used by the Small Ball Fever Research Group.