Therapeutic Center for Anxiety and Trauma

Therapeutic Center for Anxiety and Trauma

Individual and Family Therapy

Sometimes life throws us a curve-ball that we just didn't expect.  Whatever the curve-ball is, either large or small, it is common to cause anxiety, even if it is something exciting.  If your curve-ball is something that isn't so exciting, maybe you feel traumatized.  This can happen for any situation that causes disruption to your daily routine, your thinking and ultimately your ability to function at your full potential.  Whatever your anxiety or trauma is about, we can help!  We are a team of therapists that work extensively with anxiety provoking issues.  These could be about relationships, life events, or any negative experience that is holding you back.  If you are struggling with moving past a traumatic incident, or finding it difficult to overcome anxiety of any sort, please contact us.  We will have one of our experienced therapists contact you as soon as possible.  We look forward to hearing from you!

The life of a writer can feel lonely. Maybe you're a professional or maybe you are an aspiring writer. Either way, finding a creative community can help you remind yourself you're not alone. And the energy of other like-minded creative people is infectious. Join us if you want to feel inspired and nurtured in the heart of the city.

Write in the City consists of two parts:
10-11 am: Guided writing prompts and time for sharing
11 am-12 pm: Free time to write on your own

When: 10 am-12 pm every 1st & 3rd Monday

WhereTherapeutic Center for Anxiety and Trauma
2121 5th Avenue, Suite 214
San Diego 92101

Investment: $20 per session: securely register by clicking the PayPal button below

Coffee, tea, and water will be provided. Bring your laptop or journal. We will have paper and pens if needed.

More information: Contact group facilitator Rachel Moore at 619-272-6858 x706 or rachel@anxietytraumatherapy.com

Preregistration is not required. The group is open to everyone.

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