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Rachel's latest appearance on Zdogg's Podcast was 7/21/21
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Treatment

Effectively treating pain requires targeting both brain and body, giving equal attention to thoughts, emotions, context, and sensations. Therapy with a pain psychologist can help.
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Designed for people living with pain.

Dr. Zoffness maintains a small private practice for youth and adults living with pain, with a special focus on tweens and teens.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy cycle

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a scientifically-supported treatment for chronic pain and illness, anxiety, depression, sleep, family conflict, and other issues. CBT targets both sides of pain and illness by identifying and resolving stressors that trigger flare-ups, and by teaching skills to manage and minimize pain after it starts.

Treatment can help:

Break the pain cycle
Get your life back
Understand your pain
Learn effective coping skills
Create a pain management plan
Improve fatigue, sleep, and brain fog
Target negative thoughts and beliefs
Reduce reliance on pain medications
Establish meaningful treatment goals
Replace unhelpful behavior patterns
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A mother by her child's bedsidePain-free boy on the first day of schoolYoung man getting into wheelchair

Do you live outside of California?

Ongoing therapy is available for California residents.
People living out-of-state and internationally may book a consultation.

“The only way out is through.” - Rachel Zoffness, PhD

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