Are You Experiencing Anxiety?
If you experience anxiety that is persistent, seemingly uncontrollable, and overwhelming it may be indicative of an anxiety disorder. If it is an excessive, illogical fear of everyday situations, it can be disabling. When anxiety interferes with your daily activities, you may have an anxiety disorder. The term “anxiety disorder” refers to a group of anxiety disorders that includes: generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), panic disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), social anxiety disorder (also called social phobia), and specific phobias.
Reclaim Your Life
However, if worries, fears, or anxiety attacks seem overwhelming and are stopping you from living your life in a manner that suits you, you may be suffering from an anxiety disorder. Gratefully, many treatments and self-help strategies for anxiety disorders can help you significantly decrease your anxiety symptoms, manage anxiety attacks, and reclaim your life.
Contact Dr. Drecun Today – Let Us Know How We Can Help!
Our offices are located in Del Mar off of High Bluff Dr.
Our Counseling Philosophy
Unlike the “medical-model” or “disease model” that the majority of mental health clinicians and medical doctors adhere to; I utilize a personal growth and brain-based model in working with clients. the personal growth model strives to remove pathology from the human condition. Psychotherapy deals with the social, mental, and emotional aspects of individuals, couples and families. Within the personal growth model, the individual is referred to as a client because the individual is perceived to have areas of strength and resources that need to be cultivated to address their areas of self-improvement and to establish new patterns of social behavior.
Operating from a personal growth model requires that therapists are client-centered and focus on client needs and utilize approaches that will result in desired change. The goal is to empower clients by teaching them skills and strategies that will allow them to have victory over their concerns and to have a meaningful existence. The objective is to teach clients to be proactive about their lives, self-sufficient and establish a healthy interdependence. It is my intention that clients leave therapy feeling confident to address their concerns because they have established a healthy mental and emotional frame of mind and have been equipped with effective life tools to cope with a challenging fast-paced technologically advanced and modernized world.