Do you feel overworked, frustrated, unsupported, or depressed?

You’re not alone. Many people struggle with at least one of these uncomfortable feelings at some point in their lives.

What if you could reduce these distressing feelings in just a few minutes? Are you ready to take control and find relief whenever uncomfortable emotions strike?

Download this complimentary Emotional Comfort Tool that will help you eliminate discomfort.

This self-directed exercise from Dr. Davis will help you regain a feeling of comfort and control in the midst of your hectic life. All you need is a comfortable chair and a few minutes of your time, and you can reduce or eliminate whatever uncomfortable feelings you are experiencing.

Begin to manage stress and attain Emotional Comfort by downloading this complimentary tool today.

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About Dr. Judith Davis

Dr. Davis, a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, was trained at Yale Medical School, Johns Hopkins Hospital, and Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis. She has taught at the medical schools of Vanderbilt University, Rush University, University of Chicago, Northwestern University, and the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis. She has served as Associate Director of Graduate Education in Psychiatry and Associate Director of Inpatient Psychiatry at Northwestern and has developed psychotherapy training programs at the Institute and at Northwestern.

This technique for achieving emotional comfort provides a new way to eradicate stress, solve emotional problems, and achieve tranquility. Feelings of depression, anxiety, and chronic irritation, as well as more general feelings of stress and discontent, can be extinguished; leaving one with increased energy and liberated creativity.