Dr. Patricia E. Zurita Ona, or Dr. Z., is a clinical psychologist who specializes in OCD, trauma, all types of anxiety and related conditions, and emotion dysregulation problems for children, teens, and adults. She’s the director and founder of the East Bay Behavior Therapy Center, a private therapy center in Walnut Creek, California. In addition to private practice, Dr. Z. is a clinical faculty member for the Wright Institute, and regularly attends both national and international conferences.
Escaping the Emotional Roller Coaster
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ACT for the Emotionally Sensitive
If you’ve ever been told that you’re ‘too sensitive’ or felt overwhelmed by your emotions, this is the book for you. Using the principles of ACT and positive psychology, Dr Zurita Ona provides a simple roadmap for every ‘super-feeler’ on how to avoid being hijacked by your emotions. You will discover that you are far more than your emotions, and that you can always choose to act in a way that is consistent with your personal values, in order to experience fulfilling, loving relationships.
SPECIFICATIONS: Paperback | 229 x 152 mm / 9 x 6 Inches | Black & White | 248 Pages |
Conscious Living Magazine – featured
” Regardless of whether you fall into the category of a ‘super-feeler’ or not, reading this book presents a clear and precise understanding of how emotions work and the power of the mind that drives them.”
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Blue Wolf Reviews review article
“…a beacon of light in what many perceive as a world of turbulent and dark distress, and one which can make a difference by shining light into dark corners of the emotion. ” Click here to read.
Radio Live radio segment
“…drawing on years of experience as a clinical psychologist Dr Z’s ground-breaking book provides a clear and simple roadmap for every “super-feeler”.” Click here to listen.
Melbourne Herald Sun newspaper article
“…how to survive life’s ups and downs…” Click here to read.
Be Magazine published excerpt
“Psychologist Dr Patricia Zurita Ona shares some strategies for learning to ride out the highs and lows.” Click here to read.