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Many individuals may experience symptoms associated with painful and traumatic events. These events can cause feelings such as anxiety, panic, fear, and pain. Dr. Janné can help you release, heal, and conquer these feelings due to recent or past experiences. Dr. Janné implements techniques to reduce anxiety, panic, and Post Trauma Stress symptoms.
There is a range of traumatic events or trauma types to which adults, children, or adolescents can be exposed.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is an effective treatment for a range of problems including depression, anxiety disorders, and posttraumatic stress disorder. Cognitive-behavioral therapy focuses on the relationship between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and how changes in any one area can improve functioning in the other areas. Dr. Janné uses cognitive-behavioral treatment strategies as an effective treatment to improve overall functioning.
Dr. Janné has extensive training and experience with couples and various other types of relationships. Whether it is the relationship with your spouse, your child, your sibling, your friend, your boss, or with food, she effectively helps using her mind-body approach to resolve and heal these relationships. It is her belief that all of these relationships affect the mind, body, and soul.
Dr. Janné understands that while we all feel sad, moody, or down from time to time, some people feel depressed intensely, for long periods of time and sometimes without any apparent reason.
Depression is more than just a low mood, it is an illness that has an impact on both physical and mental health and may affect how people feel about themselves. You might lose interest in work, hobbies, and doing things you normally enjoy. Depression can manifest itself in a number of ways.
Dr. Janné stresses that depression is not a sign of weakness, and it is not something you can just snap out of. It is a treatable illness that requires professional attention. Psychotherapy helps to identify life events, belief systems, distorted thinking, and unhealthy relationships that may be contributing to depression. Once this is established, therapy can provide you with support, cognitive-behavioral techniques, and interpersonal coping skills to effectively improve your mood and quality of life.
Anger does not usually just pop up out of nowhere. You are not a happy camper one minute and raging the next. Most people experience a number of cues that let them know when they are upset.
Dr. Janné advises that tuning into these physiological changes allows you to take steps to manage your anger. By becoming aware of your personal warning signs, you can use effective tools to reduce your anger and prevent yourself from harming your life or someone else's.