In our Summer 2015 newsletter, we have several articles with tips and information that can help you including:
- How to deal with Imposter Sydrome, a common experience among high achievers.
- A book review of “Same Time Next Week,” which has inspirational stories by individuals and therapists describing key components of recovery from mental health problems.
- More tips from Reid Wilson on the Anxiety Mental Game and how you can beat anxiety.
In addition, we have several CBT Center announcements:
- Melissa Gould is back from maternity leave.
- We opened a new branch office in Roseville serving the Sacramento region.
- We are now a regional clinic for the National Social Anxiety Center.
- Our staff therapists, family and friends gathered together on a Sunday for a special retreat in nature.
Read our CBT Center Summer 2015 newsletter by clicking here.
Anxiety in College Students
Anxiety is on the rise among college students, both in terms of the number and percent of college students with anxiety as well as the intensity of anxiety these young adults are experiencing. According to a recent New York Times article:
1) Anxiety has now surpassed depression as the most common mental health diagnosis among college students.
2) More than half of students visiting campus clinics cite anxiety as a health concern.
3) Nearly one in six college students has been diagnosed with or treated for anxiety within the last 12 months/
4) The causes range widely from mounting academic pressure at earlier ages to overprotective parents to compulsive engagement with social media.
5) Many college students don’t have the resilience of previous generations. They can’t tolerate discomfort or having to struggle. A primary symptom is worrying, and they don’t have the ability to soothe themselves.
Read the New York Times article here: http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/05/27/anxious-students-strain-college-mental-health-centers/
How To Get Help for Anxiety and OCD in the Roseville/ Sacramento Valley region
The Cognitive Behavior Therapy Center of Sacramento Valley specializes in anxiety and OCD therapy and counseling with adults, children and teenagers. With our convenient location in the Roseville just minutes from I-80, we serve the Sacramento Valley and Sierra communities of Sacramento, Roseville, Rocklin, Granite Bay, Lincoln, Folsom, El Dorado Hills, Loomis, Penryn, Grass Valley, Colfax, Auburn and surrounding areas. Contact us at (916) 778-0771 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how we can help you or your family members overcome your anxiety-related issues.
The Cognitive Behavior Therapy Center of Sacramento Valley is a division of the Cognitive Behavior Therapy Center, Adult & Child Counseling, Inc. We have a successful CBT Center in the Silicon Valley/San Jose area: Cognitive Behavior Therapy Center of Silicon Valley. The CBT Center of Sacramento Valley in Roseville will be our second major office.
Sacramento Valley and Sierra Communities We Serve
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Stories of Hope and Resilience in Mental Health
Read Laura Johnson’s book review of “Same Time Next Week” on Positive Psychology New Daily:
How to Get Help for Anxiety, OCD and Anxiety-Related Problems in Sacramento Valley/Roseville
The Cognitive Behavior Therapy Center of Sacramento Valley in Roseville specializes in Anxiety and OCD therapy for adults, children and teenagers. The Sacramento Valley office in Roseville serves the Placer County and Sacramento County communities of Sacramento, Roseville, Rocklin, Granite Bay, Lincoln, Folsom, Citrus Heights, El Dorado Hills, Loomis, Auburn, Penryn, Grass Valley, Colfax and surrounding areas. Contact us at (916) 778-0771 or email us for more information on how we can help you overcome your anxiety-related problems.