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Does Anxiety Interfere with Your Life?

Dr. Jennifer Fee Licensed Psychologist
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Are You Feeling Stuck in a Rut?

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Licensed Psychologist

Are you anxious? Sad?  Have difficulty focusing? Are you distressed but not sure why?  Therapy is an effective approach to facing these life challenges.  As a Licensed Psychologist (CA PSY17501) I am able assess your difficulties and recommend an approach to therapy that can enable you to find freedom from anxiety, depression, attention problems and the effects of trauma.

EMDR

Is something in your life leaving you feeling stuck?  In distress?  Anxious? Are the same thoughts going around and around in your head? Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is an exciting and integrative psychotherapy approach that helps people gain tremendous relief from pain and many types of emotional problems  It is effective for the treatment of trauma and can relieve nightmares, flashbacks,  and reduce hypervigiliance (or the feeling of being “on edge”).   I am a Certified EMDR therapist and am happy to help you determine if this treatment approach is right for you.

Anxiety Help

Anxiety does NOT need to paralyze you or rule your life.  You CAN learn to prevent panic attacks and lower your level of anxiety to a manageable level. I’ve helped nearly 1000 people address their anxiety over the course of my 25 year career.  If you suffer from anxiety you are not alone, because nearly one in four adults will suffer significantly from anxiety at some point in their lives.

A Better You

Can therapy help you? Dr. Ryan Howes, a blogger for “In Therapy” at Psychology Today surveyed therapists and informally* found that the “ideal” psychotherapy client is  “Motivated, Open Minded, (flexible, adaptable) and Introspective (contemplative and curious about one’s self). ”   I concur with this statement.  You CAN be a “better you” if you are willing to take an honest look at yourself and consider alternative ways of thinking, being and relating. Want to give it a try ?

*https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/in-therapy/200912/the-ideal-psychotherapy-client