Are you experiencing any of these?
Dr. Janné can help
Anger Management
Has anger taken over your life? Do you have difficulty controlling your temper? Anger does not usually just pop up out of nowhere. You are not a happy camper one minute and raging the next. Most people experience a number of cues that let them know when they are upset. Effects of anger can be severe and interfere with various parts of your life. The following areas of your life can be damaged by your anger.
  1. Mental health
  2. Physical health
  3. Relationships
  4. Job
Some common physical responses to anger-provoking events include:
  • Clenched jaw or hands
  • Headaches
  • Racing heartbeat
  • Shallow breathing
  • Tight shoulders
  • Sweating or shaking
  • “Seeing red”
Post Traumatic stress (PTSD)
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a type of anxiety disorder. Many people can experience symptoms associated with painful and traumatic events. These events can cause feelings such as anxiety, low self-esteem, fear, and pain. People with PTSD can have flashbacks, insomnia, intrusive thoughts, negative moods, and changes in emotional and physical reactions. The intensity and amount of symptoms can vary over time. There are a wide range of traumatic events to which adults, adolescents, or children may have experienced or witnessed including:
  • Bullying
  • Physical Assault
  • Community Violence
  • Complex Trauma
  • Disasters
  • Early Childhood Trauma
  • Intimate Partner Violence
  • Medical Trauma
  • Physical Abuse
  • Car Accidents
  • Rape
Dr. Janné can help you:
  • Acquire skills to manage symptoms
  • Identify maladaptive thoughts and behaviors, and replace with adaptive ones
  • Implement relaxation and mindfulness strategies to help regulate emotions and thoughts
  • Process and rewire traumatic events in the mind and body
  • Release negative energy stored in the body

Dr. Janné understands that while we all feel sad, moody, or down from time to time, some people feel depressed intensely, for long periods of time and sometimes without any apparent reason.

Depression is more than just a low mood, it is an illness that has an impact on both physical and mental health and may affect how people feel about themselves. You might lose interest in work, hobbies, and doing things you normally enjoy. Depression can manifest itself in a number of ways.
Some common symptoms of depression:
  • Lack of energy
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Sleeping more than usual
  • Feeling irritable
  • Finding it hard to concentrate

Psychotherapy helps to identify life events, belief systems, distorted thinking, and unhealthy relationships that may be contributing to depression. Once this is established, therapy can provide you with support, cognitive-behavioral techniques, and interpersonal coping skills to effectively improve your mood and quality of life.


What is anxiety?

For many people, anxiety is difficult to express. It is sometimes described as worry, fear, stress, or tension. For some, it is mild, and for others it is severe.  However, most people can agree it is an uncomfortable and disruptive experience which can interfere with relationships, work, school, family and social life.

Anxiety is distinguished by specific physical, emotional, and behavioral symptoms. Some people feel it in different body parts, experiencing stomach aches, headaches, palpitations, or shortness of breath. Others feel like they are out of control or even going crazy.

Anxiety is triggered once you perceive a real or imagined threat. As long as there is a perceived threat, cortisol releases to keep the body supercharged, resulting in feeling anxious or on edge. Anxiety happens when the amygdala, a part of the brain, senses there is a problem.

The central nervous system is increasing the body’s alertness, heart rate, reflexes, respiration, and blood flow into the muscles. This affects the autonomic nervous system (ANS) which includes the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems. An overactive sympathetic nervous system (SNS) can lead to an anxiety disorder. The SNS control’s your body’s “fight or flight” response. Your parasympathetic system is what helps you achieve the relaxation response.

Treatment options for an anxiety disorder include: cognitive-behavior therapy, as well as relaxation techniques. Dr. Janné can help you effectively manage anxiety, and provide you with:

  • Psycho-education about anxiety
  • Mindfulness
  • Relaxation techniques
  • Effective breathing techniques
  • Assertiveness skills
  • Building self-esteem
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy techniques
  • Effective problem solving

Success Stories

“I wanted to let you know that I am walking back to my car after our session and I feel so enlightened. You make me feel so heard and understood, and I look forward to my session every week.”

K.G., Boca Raton, FL

“Dr. J is so deep in character, wisdom, and compassion. She believes in the mind/body connection so strongly, and her integrity in this belief includes her personal experience using the valuable tools she teaches her patients; so they can harness a power that continually shows itself to be life-changing. She offers this guidance with such unselfish devotion. I often wonder how she can be so untiringly consistent, but then I am reminded of ‘the power’”

J.K., New York, New York

“I have never met a psychologist like Dr. J. She does not only listen, but she is able to identify issues that have been buried so deep and help bring out this inner strength and power to heal. I have come so far with her exceptional help. She is a miracle worker.”

B.L., Boynton Beach, FL

“This is a superb psychologist and office practice. Dr. Lomasky is highly talented and experienced, and I receive superlative feedback from patients whom I refer. I strongly recommend Dr. Lomasky for any psychological management, especially marital problems, anxiety, depression, addictive problems, and weight control.”

Dr. B.M., Delray Beach, FL

“Simply said, Dr. Lomasky is a beautiful soul. When you walk into her practice, it’s like walking into a safe place. She is genuine, sensitive, and kind. She is also strong and direct, she is simply amazing at what she does. Not only has she seen both my husband and me, but most recently my two daughters. My girls connected with her instantly! And she made a world of difference in their day today. She provided them with real “tools” to help them navigate this complicated life we live in. All I can say is thank you!”

L.D., Boca Raton, FL

“How can you not love everything she undertakes.”

Dr. S.E., Boca Raton, FL

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