I offer individualized and collaborative therapy for anxiety and other related concerns. We work at your pace to progress toward your goals.
Psychotherapist in Stamford, CT
Anxiety can function to help you prepare for life’s many challenging situations; however, it can become a problem if it starts interfering with your work, school, relationships, social life, and general daily life. We use ACT and mindfulness techniques to help you better understand your anxiety, tolerate and cope with life's uncertainties, and disengage from intrusive thoughts and worries so that you can feel more enjoyment and presence in your day.
Our approach to treatment utilizes CBT with graded exposure therapy techniques to help individuals cope with triggering situations and thoughts. For individuals with OCD, we will help navigate you through exposure and response prevention therapy so you can face your worries and resist performing compulsions. We will always work with you at your own pace, and you will never be forced to participate in an exposure.
Anxiety and other related conditions are highly treatable using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). We know that thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are all connected and that they influence one another. CBT aims to solve problems concerning dysfunctional emotions, behaviors, and thoughts using an approach that is both goal-oriented and systematic. CBT can help you improve your emotional regulation, build confidence, and develop better coping skills.
Anxiety is a normal response by the body to help you cope with life’s many challenging situations; however, it can become a concern when it starts interfering with your daily life. Our approach to therapy is rooted in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and mindfulness practices. Therapy can help you develop new and healthy coping skills, identify your existing strengths, improve your quality of life, and find new ways to overcome your anxiety.
The defining feature of social anxiety, also called social phobia, is intense anxiety or fear of being judged, negatively evaluated, or rejected in a social or performance situation. Our approach to treatment utilizes CBT with graded exposure therapy techniques while also incorporating mindfulness practices (such as guided imagery and progressive muscle relaxation) to help individuals cope with triggering situations and thoughts.
The most effective treatment for OCD is Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) including Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP). We will help navigate you through exposure therapy so you can face your worries and resist performing compulsions. We will always work with you at your own pace, and you will never be forced to participate in an exposure. Through treatment we will help you understand your OCD and integrate new healthy coping strategies.