Anxiety Therapy-Free Session

Are you feeling worried, frustrated or even depressed about the way things are going?  You try not to think about it it –but you keep coming back to these negative thoughts, and they take on a life of their own.  After a while, you’re stuck, feeling anxious, or depressed most of the time.

It might have to do with your job, or your relationship, your family, or it might just be the stress of daily living.  Constant stress can result in worry that runs like a loop in your head.  You start to worry about what will come next.  And at some point you worry about how much you’re worrying.

Then you start feeling like it’s hard to relax and enjoy the activities you used to.  And if you’re dealing with social anxiety, it’s hard to enjoy parties or gatherings.

One key key to getting past these feelings is to to interrupt the cycle of worry –and redirect to more productive thoughts and activities.

While negative feelings are hard to ignore, with the right tools, you can control them.  You can learn to “let go” of those thoughts.

Try my free first session and we’ll discuss the tools, the strategies and solutions that will get you unstuck.  This way, we can free you of  your anxiety symptoms, while we deal with how it all started.

I’ve received specialized psychological training –at Stanford University, from the very best psychologists. And I’ve developed my own methods treating hundreds of clients.  I will give you tools, strategies and solutions that will help you stop the worry, or the sadness.

I will offer you my full compassionate support in getting your life back. You will feel better –and empowered.  You  can take back control of your life –and you will.

Call David Silverman, LMFT at 310-850-4707 for a free phone consult – or try a free session.  

How we’ll treat Anxiety

We’ll find the solutions that work for you specifically, that will  eliminate your symptoms – NOW.  Then we’ll create a new future for yourself by examining how you got here and change the way you think about things.

I believe in strength-based solutions — we will use your strengths in new ways to create a better future.  And we won’t spend “years” talking about the problem, like a lot of therapists do, we’ll start out TODAY, talking about the “solution.”


  • Anxiety
  • Social anxiety
  • Depression
  • Trauma
  • Creative issues

Now in network for Aetna & Humana.  (First session pays copay only). Call 310-850-4707 with questions.  Anytime.

Anxiety and creative professionals.

Creative individuals have to spend long hours, often in isolation,  coming up with new and original ideas on a demanding  schedule.  It can  certainly take it’s toll.

Many of my clients –writers, artists and even performers encounter anxiety while networking or pitching ideas to a group.  Having spent twenty years writing for TV and film, dealing with that world –I can relate to what you’re going through.

Sliding scale – $100-$150. I also accept all PPO insurances.  I currently have two offices close by in Marina del Rey and West Los Angeles.  

100’s of Published Articles by David Silverman, LMFT:

Link to my Psych Central blogs on Anxiety, Depression, High Sensitivity & Creative Solutions

David Silverman Anxiety Therapy LA.  LMFT, 2001 Barrington Ave., West Los Angeles, CA 90025.  Northstar Mall, Marina del Rey, CA 90292  (310) 850-4707.

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2 thoughts on “Anxiety Therapy-Free Session

  1. First off I want to say fantastic blog! I had a quick question in which I’d like to ask if
    you do not mind. I was curious to find out how you center yourself and clear your head before writing.
    I have had trouble clearing my mind in getting my ideas outt there.
    I ddo enjoy writing however iit just seems like the first 10 to 15 minutes tend to be
    wasted just trying to figure out how to begin. Any ideas or hints?

    • I’ve written a bunch of blogs on the subject. Some writers do a simple breathing exercise, some visualize the beach outside, put on some jazz, and you can even use self hypnosis. I have a ritual, I make a giant cup of coffee, and turn on CNN, them listen to the Stones. It’s not relaxing really, but it makes me feel less alone and less stressed out. Some people drink wine or a beer. Some do a simple form of meditation. Good luck.

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