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Daniel Baum MSWClinical Social Worker
The promise of bringing changes into your life!
Ask yourself these questions:
- Am I feeling down lately?
- Do I feel like my heart is racing when I am under even a little bit of stress?
- Do my family or friends say that I drink too much?
- Do my family or friends feel I am I overindulging in: drugs, sex, gambling, shopping or the internet?
- Are family and friends saying, “Your work is more important than we are”?
- In general, do I feel out of control or unhappy in my life?
If you answered yes to any one of these questions, it may be time you contact me, Daniel Baum, M.S.W. at my clinic, “Growing Change“; I am trained psychotherapist with over 30 years of experience.
My specialty is treating people, both men and women that have addictions to; alcohol, drugs, gambling, sex, compulsive shopping, internet addiction and addiction to work, “workaholics”. As a psychotherapist, I have successfully treated hundreds of motivated addicts that have been addicted to many substances or destructive behaviors. Together with me, you will treat your addiction and give you and your family a second chance.
Additionally, I also treat people who are suffering from other emotional or psychological problems that are interfering with their personal, family or work lives. I have successfully treated clients who are experiencing: anxiety, depression, personality and adjustment disorders, borderline personality disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder. Through my treatment, I have helped people “climb out”; of these emotional and psychological problems so they can lead happier, focused and energetic lives.
I utilize a very effective treatment process called Bioenergetic Analysis. Bioenergetic Analysis is a psychotherapeutic treatment process that uses the mind and the body to heal itself.
At my clinic, “Growing Change“, I believe that with my encouragement, your motivation and a focused treatment plan, the promise of bringing positive changes into your life can be achieved.
If you want to learn more about other programs and professional services I offer my clients and the community, please contact me at Growing Change 054-5819591 for a confidential assessment of how I can change the quality of your day-to- day life.
University of Pittsburgh
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License No. and State:
29218 Israel (Misrad Harevacha)
FINANCESAverage cost per session
Special Rate for New Olim, Sliding Scale, Student Discount, Lone Soldier Discount
Worry! Ways to Manage Worry Instead of it Managing You
Strategies to Help you Manage your Worrying
I am glad you are back again to read the final part of my blog Worry! Ways to Manage Worry Instead of it Managing You. In part three of my blog I will give you some specific strategies to help you manage your worrying.
Here are some specific strategies and tools that can help you avoid toxic worry. Let’s get to it shall we!
Hallowell’s Strategies of Managing Worry
In part two of my blog, “Worry! Ways to Manage Worry Instead of it Managing You”, I am going to present to you some general recommendations and thoughts about dealing with worry.
My goal, after you finish reading this blog is that you will get a more comprehensive understanding of toxic worry and the tools to help you manage it better. Managing your worrying in a healthier way will allow you to free yourself, increase your energy level and give you a greater ability to love yourself and others. Worry only inhibits the expression of love.
Last Updated: December 3, 2017
SPECIALTIESAbuse, Addictions, Alcohol Abuse, Anxiety / Panic, Borderline Personality Disorder, Codependency, Depression, Drug Abuse, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Personality Disorders, Self-Esteem
Adults, Families, Men, Women