Above all – do not give up on yourself.
Effective Therapy to Overcome Addiction & Self-Defeating Behaviors
“The most important thing in changing human behavior is the person’s motivation.” – Milton Erickson
Are you sabotaging happiness and putting it off for another day in the future? I rely on evidence-based cognitive therapy (CBT), solution-focused therapy, mindfulness approaches and Hypnosis to show you ways you might overcome addiction and self-defeating behaviors.
Brief Solution Focused Therapy
Combining Clinical Hypnosis & Empirically Validated Treatments for any habit and addiction including
who wish to ‘dis-sociate’ tobacco or marijuana use such as smoking, chewing, vaping in 5 sessions or less.
Addiction is fueled by anxiety – which is the fear of failure, fear of rejection and the fear of conflict… but just generally making yourself wrong in a myriad of different ways.
Do you rely on alcohol or substances to get through the day?
Do you feel stuck, do you procrastinate and get overwhelmed by perfectionism, anxiety and negative, discouraging thoughts?
Do you sometimes lack confidence when it comes to school work, test taking, speaking up in class or writing projects?
Do you avoid looking for a job which could definitely make a positive difference in your life, career and income?
Call me. 415 420 3619
Ilene Wolf, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, MFT
I can show you how to turn this around,
when you decide to take a chance on yourself.
I am here for you.
I see the best in you.
Ilene Wolf is a licensed
marriage and family therapist (MFT).
Offices conveniently located in
San Francisco Bay Area and Marin
“Nothing short of amazing…”
“I recently had the pleasure of experiencing a workshop with Ilene Wolff and she is She is a strong, bright and clear teacher and therapist who creates a lot of depth, safety, and connection in a very short period of time. Everyone in our group opened up, connected easily and experienced a great sense of joy in Ilene’s presence through her skilled facilitation. I highly recommend working with her.”
– Lorraine Platt, LMFT