Mary Dinerman

  • 101 Gregory Lane, Suite 33

    Pleasant Hill, CA 94523

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  • 925-939-7560

About Mary Dinerman

  • Psychologists
  • Clinical Psychologists

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Are you looking to make changes in your relationships, work, school, or other aspects of your life and feel you need some assistance? I am a Cognitive Behavioral Psychologist with extensive training in over 50 techniques which will move you from the 'why' to the 'change phase' so you can start living your life. This approach looks at how your thinking and attitudes affect your behavior, emotions and physical sensations. Cognitive therapy is based on the simple idea that your thoughts and attitudes and not external events create your moods. I offer a warm, safe, non-judgmental environment where together we can come to understand what is getting between you and the changes you want. This approach to positive change is practical, collaborative, active, proven to be scientifically effective, and goal directed for adults, adolescents, and children. Change can happen within a brief period of time. I specialize in depression, anxiety, marital and family issues, obsessive-complusive disorder, panic disorders, phobias, depression, addictions/habits- procrastination/perfectionism, relationship issues, anger management, low self-esteem, parenting concerns such as behavioral/school problems, sibling rivalry, attention deficit/hyperactvity disorder. For young children I use play, art, and sandtray therapy. I will also teach you Mindfulness techniques so you maintain the changes and reduce the incidences of relapse in the face of future stress. With anxiety these techniques are introduced in order to help you to observe, accept, and let go of physical sensations and fearful thoughts about those reactions. For depression they are introduced as a relapse prevention tool in order to help you accept, and let go of on-going, more subtle negative thoughts that arise as a matter of habit.


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