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Feed Your Head

By The Doctor Will See You Now on Jan 10, 2012 in in Helpful Resources

Good nutrition and a sharper brain are more strongly linked than we knew. Resist the fries and resist cognitive decline.

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Doubly Disadvantaged

By The Doctor Will See You Now on Jan 09, 2012 in in Helpful Resources

Underprivileged kids have less chance to play at school, at home, in their neighborhoods. The effects aren't just physical.

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Make Way for DHEA

By The Doctor Will See You Now on Jan 07, 2012 in in Helpful Resources

The hormone DHEA sounds like a miracle: it may ease menopause symptoms and boost sexual interest.

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Help for Chocoholics

By The Doctor Will See You Now on Jan 06, 2012 in in Helpful Resources

Self-proclaimed chocolate-lovers who were asked to do this ate half as much chocolate as a similar group who didn't.

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Maggot Therapy??

By The Doctor Will See You Now on Jan 05, 2012 in in Helpful Resources

Maggots not only appear to clean wounds more effectively than modern methods, they may offer antibacterial protection.

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Parenthood Blues?

By The Doctor Will See You Now on Jan 04, 2012 in in Helpful Resources

The television show, Parenthood, has it right: being a parent is not easy. Having children interrupts your sleep, can destabilize your relationship, and takes lots of money and time. Then there's the fact that you must often put your own life on the b...

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Anxiety Attacks and Anxiety Disorders: Signs, Symptoms, and Treatment

By anxiety on Sep 29, 2011 in in Helpful Resources

We all know what an attack of anxiety feels like. Your heart pounds before a big presentation or a tough exam. You get butterflies in your stomach during a blind date. You worry and fret over family problems or feel jittery at the pro...

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Neil Friedman, Santa Barbara Therapist

Neil Friedman, LCSW

I have an eclectic, holistic approach in working with people. I believe in helping people recognize and utilize their strengths to overcome any challenge they might face. In this process, we can explore any unconscious blocks that might be interfering with connecting with others and their environment to make the most of each moment. I believe that the “here and now” is where we experience life to the fullest. Along these lines, I try to help people find the balance between their emotional and reasonable minds to effectively problem solve issues to be addressed.

Please call or email me for an individual, couples or family therapy consultation today.

Neil Friedman, LCSW
123 W Padre, Ste A
Santa Barbara, CA 93105
(805) 319-0304 
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