I read through some of the handouts. I'm not sure how to find someone like that in my area. I have a rapid heart beat so they assumed I would be hyper if anything, yet I'm still chubby. Go figure.
It turned out to be really complicated. I'm hypo, but still had the symptoms and lots of extra weight even when TSH was in line. This is because the TSH test is out of date and useless in a case like mine, and the docs were not looking past it to T3, free T3 or reverse T3.
Insurance won't cover my doc in Ca so I pay out of pocket. Not much I can do about that, but I won't change at this point. Once you find an answer after looking for a very long time, the price doesn't matter any more.
The only thing close that I saw in Indiana was this site: http://www.bornclinic.com/index.php?pageid=8
Note that in my case, the stress/anxiety was a side issue to some very complex problems. I had adrenal failure along with thyroid failure, and this caused even more things to get out of whack. Once I things got sorted out, and adrenals started to work again, the amount of meds I take went down and the other things got more normal.
The only "calming" supplement I am still doing is L-theanine and melatonin at night. I have some atavan in case I'm having bad days but I just put it away and don't ever need it.
I'm adding this detail because stress/anxiety problems that are hard to figure out are likely to be hormone/thyroid related as well, especially if one has stubborn weight issues that are hard to explain. I was in 4X shirts and not really a big eater, but no one would believe that.
You may want to check out this site: http://www.adrenalfatigue.org/
and also at your next blood test, add T3, free T3, and reverse T3, and hormones regulated by the adrenals. So far it seems that your doc has only been looking at some of the thyroid numbers.