Therapy for anxiety in Orange County
Therapy for anxiety can help in three primary ways.
First, therapy offers a supportive, confidential space for you to talk openly about your fears and worries. Anxiety always feels worse when you try to deal with it on your own. Therapy gives you the opportunity to talk through your thoughts and feelings without worrying about passing your stress on to someone else.
Second, therapists like Dr. Suzan Pazak can help you develop effective coping skills for managing anxiety and stress. You can learn to use strategies such as mindfulness, thought stopping, and boundary-setting to help reduce the anxiety in your life.
“As a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, I strive to equip you with psychological tools that you can use outside of sessions whenever anxiety shows up.”
And third, therapy for anxiety isn’t just about anxiety – it’s about making you the best version of yourself. You get the chance to make sense of your thoughts and feelings and understand yourself on a deeper level. We work together as a team to help you move closer to the life you want to live.
Therapy for anxiety can also help you with:
- Learning to relax and feel at ease
- Regaining a sense of control
- Developing increased confidence
- Improving your quality of sleep
- Building deeper connections with others
- Enhancing productivity and focus
- Finding your sense of direction in life
No matter how long you have struggled with anxiety, there is hope. You can learn to overcome stress and worry – all you have to do is get started.
What does therapy for anxiety look like with Dr. Pazak?
Dr. Pazak’s approach to therapy for anxiety is simple but effective. Anxiety is one of the most common mental health issues in the United States. Fortunately, anxiety is very responsive to treatment. You and Dr. Pazak work collaboratively to understand your anxiety, learn to manage worry and fear, and take actionable steps towards wellness. The focus is entirely on you and helping you reach your goals; Dr. Pazak acts act as your expert guide.
Dr. Pazak’s primary approach to treating anxiety is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
The effects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) on reducing anxiety have been well established. The goal of CBT is to help clients identify thoughts that negatively impact mood and produce negative behavioral patterns. Many of us have maladaptive “automatic thoughts” that shape the way we view ourselves and the world around us. These thoughts unknowingly reinforce our anxious emotions and can lead to deleterious self-defeating behaviors. CBT strives to change your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors as you work to achieve your goals.
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Dr. Susan Pazak is a Clinical Psychologist licensed in California and a life coach offering elite concierge coaching services from a psychological perspective. With a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree and PhD in Clinical Psychology, Dr. Pazak has a profound understanding of people after her many years of studying and observing human behavior that allows her to provide the most unique and extraordinary coaching experience in the world. Valued by her clients for her keen perspective, caring, logic and insight as being part of the amazing coaching experience. She has navigated her accomplished, intelligent clients through the most difficult and tragic situations to a simple resolution and change.