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Treatment

Effectively treating pain requires targeting both brain and body - giving equal attention to thoughts, emotions, and physical sensations. Therapy with a pain psychologist can help.

NOTE: PRACTICE IS CURRENTLY FULL. PLEASE CHECK BACK IN A FEW MONTHS.

Designed for people living with pain.

Dr. Zoffness maintains a small private practice for youth and adults living with medical conditions, 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, and other issues. CBT helps identify and resolve stressors that trigger flare-ups, and teaches skills to manage and minimize pain after it starts. When combined with other biopsychosocial strategies, CBT can be a very effective treatment for chronic pain.

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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Do you live outside of California?

Ongoing, weekly therapy is available for California residents.*
People living out-of-state and internationally can book a consultation. *PRACTICE IS CURRENTLY FULL. PLEASE CHECK BACK.

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

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