Is anxiety, depression or just
       dealing with life getting to you?
      Do you feel sad, angry or 
       stressed much of the time?
      Do you or those around you 
       give you the message to 
        “Get over it?  Get on with it?” 
           but it’s not working?   
    It is possible to recover and regain         
    energy and spontaneity.

For those ready to regain a sense of aliveness, the principles I am trained in practicing make working with me a life-changing experience.
I am a fully licensed clinical psychologist who has successfully worked with adults, teenagers, and children for over 35 years.  I have helped hundreds of people overcome suffering rooted in anxiety, depression, low-self esteem, chronic illness, aging, and post-traumatic stress disorder. I have empowered many people to put an end to addictions, eating disorders, and unhealthy relationship patterns.

I am experienced with many different types of therapeutic techniques including Interactive Psychodynamic Therapy, mindbody practices such as Mindfulness and EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique).  My extensive experience working with people as a psychologist helps me determine and integrate these various types of therapy with the Grief Recovery Institute’s programs and principles, based on each person’s individual needs.

Please call or email me and we can set up a time to talk:

Judith Levy, Ph.D.shapeimage_3_link_0

Professional Psychotherapy & Counseling Services of Walnut Creek

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Judith Levy, PhD
33 Quail Court, Suite 200
Walnut Creek, CA 94596

Here’s a two-part quiz to address the question,
“Should I see a therapist?”

Part 1:  If you fell down and broke your arm, would
you seek qualified professional attention or remain
in physical pain?

Part 2:  If circumstances and events conspire to
break your heart, should you seek qualified
professional attention or remain in emotional pain?  

Answers:  In both situations, seek qualified
professional attention to alleviate your immediate
pain and prevent long-term negative consequences.

                                    -- adapted from The Grief Recovery Institute