Livia Freier, Ph.D., licensed psychologist, I specialize in the treatment of anxiety and depression.
Counselor in Providence, RI
The premise of emotion-focused therapy is that processing emotions without judgment is central to developing coping skills and transforming unhelpful thought patterns into healthy alternatives. Therapy takes on a variety of objectives to help individuals build psychological resilience and strengthen a sense of self.
MindWell Psychology offers a unique multidimensional approach to mental health that achieves outcomes by integrating psychological, biological, and psychosocial contributions to wellbeing and emotional distress. As such, our approach is evidence-based and honors the intersection between emotions, cognition, and behavior.
Livia Freier, Ph.D., gained clinical experience in the treatment of severe and persistent eating disorders in the context of in- and outpatient treatment at ITA, Instituto de transtornos alimentarios, Barcelona, Spain. Eating disorders pose a great physical and psychological risk. If you are suffering from an eating disorder please contact us for help.
MindWell Psychology offers specialized treatment for: Major depression Persistent depressive disorder (Dysthymia) Postpartum depression Seasonal depression Situational depression Depression related to OCD, PTSD, eating disorder, and panic disorder Depression with persistent somatic symptoms Premenstrual dysphoric disorder Depression related to interpersonal conflict (individual, family, or couples therapy) Depression related to another medical conditions Atypical depression
Livia Freier, PhD, provides specialized treatment for: Generalized anxiety, Social anxiety Performance/ achievement anxiety Anxiety related to OCD, PTSD, eating disorder, and panic disorder Anxiety caused by life transitions Anxiety caused by an excessive need for control or lack of perceived control Anxiety related to interpersonal conflict (individual, family, or couples therapy) Anxiety related to another medical condition Anxiety related to social media Atypical anxiety