If you’re struggling with anxiety, stress, or sleep problems, and considering therapy or coaching – yet feel apprehensive – you’re not alone. It takes a lot of courage to admit things aren’t working, and even more to ask for help.
Most of us aren’t taught how our mind and emotions work. So when there’s a problem, we can feel overwhelmed, scared, and confused.
I specialize in the treatment of anxiety and insomnia, and have an extensive clinical background helping individuals overcome panic attacks, generalized anxiety, social anxiety, chronic worry, and other challenges. My expertise is in helping people understand their thinking, emotions, and behavior, so they can lead healthier, happier lives.
It’s a strength to seek help when you need it. Working together, you’ll learn valuable tools, skills, and self-knowledge that will help you manage obstacles for the rest of your life. And it doesn’t have to be a long, drawn-out process – I believe therapy should be finite, with tangible results.
Learn more about my areas of expertise and contact me for a complimentary consultation to discuss your specific situation. We can get acquainted and discuss how I can help.
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Dr. Steve Orma is a licensed CBT clinical psychologist, productivity coach, recognized mental health expert, and specialist in the treatment of anxiety, stress, and insomnia.
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