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Apr 16, 2012
ccoylepsyd

Panic Attack Sufferers Pain

Please do not under estimate panic attack sufferers pain.  They are truly in emotional pain, plus not having support from their families,  make them feel embarrased, guilty and shame about their disorder.

Dec 7, 2011
ccoylepsyd

Job Loss is beyond the financial loss

Job loss is more than the financial issue.  When a person losses a job, it is  very traumatic.  As a result of the job loss, psychological problems may rise such as, anxiety, panic attack ,depression.  In some cases unprocessed past traumas can come up  to the surface.  People  also are in higher risk of getting addicted to alcohol or drugs.

Jul 27, 2011
ccoylepsyd

What my clients say about my therapy approach

What my  clients say about solving with me their emotional crises:

-I get their problems very fast and lay out resolution plans that work

-I do not just talk, but give them  tools to help solve their problems

-I empower their self confidence

-I teach them how to relax, mindfully and consciously

– they are happy reaching their therapy goals  in a short time

-They not only see changes in their lives, but their loved ones and friends see the positive changes in them, too

-I know what I am doing to achieve excellent outcomes

-This is not talk therapy. This is real therapy.

Jul 21, 2011
ccoylepsyd

Three things that may lead to Panic Attack

If you are experiencing the following 3 things on a regular basis, you might experience panic attack soon:

1-Constant negative anticipations of every event in your life

2-Feeling of losing control

3-Not giving possibility to positive things may happen too

Mar 30, 2011
ccoylepsyd

The Effects of Psychotherapy on Social Anxiety

Social anxiety is a common disorder, marked by overwhelming fears of interacting with others and expectations of being harshly judged. Medication and psychotherapy both help people with the disorder. But research on the neurological effects of psychotherapy has lagged far behind that on medication-induced changes in the brain.”  If you need to read more of this research outcome follow the link below:

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/02/110214142344.htm

DR. CIGDEM COYLE, PSY.D – PSY22594

Dr. Coyle is a clinical psychologist whose emphasis is health psychology. She specializes in Mind-Body medicine techniques. She has a broad range of experience in psychotherapy having practiced in Eastern Europe as well as in the United States. She provides therapies to individuals, and couples and families, by using mind-body approach and other techniques.