Anxiety TherapIST IN NAPA - finally, a reliable modern approach to therapy
I help people treat anxiety at its core, which is only where lasting change will occur. If you’re ready to make deep changes at this fundamental level to strengthen your ability to control overwhelming feelings and emotions, then let’s start.
My name is Jacqueline Connors, and I’m an anxiety therapist located in Napa, California. I provide services in person and through Tele-health throughout California to effectively treat and manage anxiety.
My approach to anxiety therapy
I am a licensed clinical therapist with extensive experience in helping individuals remove debilitating symptoms and experiences associated with anxiety. My approach is focused on getting to the root cause and helping change happen at the deep level of the mind, the subconscious. I do not rely on traditional talk therapy but instead provide a customized, integrative approach that is personalized for you.
You will quickly feel more empowered and in control, be able to make better choices, have better experiences and see improvements in many areas of your life.
I work with..
People who are working so hard trying to get what they want, struggling but still finding that they are not getting what they want in life.
People who have read all kinds of self-help books, attended workshops, on-going talk therapy but still feel frustrated with the lack of meaningful results.
People who want to experience profound changes in their relationships but find themselves falling into the same pattern.
And, people who feel bogged down with regret, shame, and guilt.
If this is you and you are ready to do the work, I have put together a program that is effective and emerging in this concept of transformative changes.
More importantly, it will jumpstart and upgrade your life in a short amount of time.
If you are at a stage in life of feeling that things aren’t quite how they should be because of your anxiety, let’s get started.
Because when you choose to do this, you will notice more possibilities opening up for you in life.
Why is Rapid Transformational Therapy good for Anxiety?
Rapid Transformation Therapy is a revolutionary method of therapy that can help you to achieve phenomenal, permanent outcomes and understand the root causes of your issue, not merely place a Band Aid over the symptoms. Understanding is power, and once you have understanding you will be able to to heal and rewire your thoughts, beliefs, actions and behaviors.
Your mind and your body already know how to heal, all they simply need is a bit of guidance. Our lives are a product of past beliefs and programming. We have all had experiences that shape the way we think, behave, feel. RTT empowers you to remove the weight of these experiences and overcome them.
Rapid Transformational Therapy originally developed by Marissa Peer, is a combination of the most valuable aspects of Hypnotherapy, Neurolinguistics Programming (NLP), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Psychotherapy. By communicating directly with your unconscious mind, RTT enables you to uncover the age-appropriate meaning and interpretation attached to events that are causing the Anxiety. RTT rewires into your unconscious healthier and more beneficial beliefs and patterns. Habits of action are caused by habits of thought. By changing the thinking behind your actions, you are free to change your behavior.I'm ready to take control of my life now!
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does therapy cost?
Therapy, whether individual sessions or a RTT package, will provide significant returns on your investment with lifelong benefits in health, relationships and overall well being and not be near the cost of the emotional and physical experiences of pain and suffering. For some people, the price comes in having to take medications, use drugs or alcohol, have difficult relationships, suffer poor health, struggle with insomnia and other conditions. The cost of having a lower quality of life because of anxiety is much higher than you may think. Click here for rates
What is the best type of therapy for Anxiety?
There is no one “type” of therapy that can be prescribed without knowing the individual and his/her history and current life situation. Many times, therapy will include interventions such as Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Exposure Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Art Therapy, Psychoanalytic Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy and so forth. However, I’m a firm believer that for substantial and sustaining change to occur, especially with anxiety, the root cause embedded in the subconscious must be addressed as opposed to just alleviating symptoms. This means a deep dive into the limiting beliefs held in the unconscious. My individual work with clients addresses the subconscious. However, clients who want deeper shifts immediately, choose to start with Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT).
I’m on (or considering going on) medication. Can therapy help me?
Yes, it is not uncommon for people to use medications while in therapy. Some people want to get off of their medication, while others have no interest in changing their medication regimen. In many cases, therapy can provide additional benefits beyond those offered by medication. Also, it can be helpful for those looking to discontinue medication.
How often should I come into therapy?
Every person is different. In the first session, we review what your struggles are and your goals for therapy. Typically, I recommend once per week or two times per month at a minimum. We will come up with a plan that fits your needs, your schedule and your budget.
If you are suffering from any of the following issues, please consider scheduling your free consultation immediately.
- The anxiety is interfering with daily tasks
- Ongoing history of anxiety
- The anxiety is accompanied by insomnia
- Depression is evident
- Frequent Panic Attacks
Realize that you don’t have to wait until you feel you can no longer cope or a crisis starts. Waiting can actually add another layer of unnecessary suffering and take you longer to where you want to be.