Letter From A Therapist

Forty million people in the United States struggle with anxiety disorders, and many more deal with some form of anxiety in their lifetime. Fortunately, clinicians and researchers have developed and rigorously tested a range of effective tools for managing our anxiety including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. But I’ve always been struck by the accessibility gap. Even though we know of tools backed by hundreds of peer-reviewed studies, too many obstacles get in the way: available solutions are either difficult to use, not helpful enough, or too expensive.

Together with a few colleagues, I sought to create something to bridge this gap -- a resource that would make it easier for people to feel better by building mental health solutions that are effective, affordable, and enjoyable. 

This is not a magic book -- it will not miraculously make your problems disappear -- but it will help you reflect, direct your writing, and provide effective tools and insights along the way. I hope it will remind you that you are capable of positive change. Every page you complete in this journal is an act of strength and courage. I’ll be rooting for you.

Forty million people in the United States struggle with anxiety disorders, and many more deal with some form of anxiety in their lifetime. Fortunately, clinicians and researchers have developed and rigorously tested a range of effective tools for managing our anxiety including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. But I’ve always been struck by the accessibility gap. Even though we know of tools backed by hundreds of peer-reviewed studies, too many obstacles get in the way: available solutions are either difficult to use, not helpful enough, or too expensive.

Together with a few colleagues, I sought to create something to bridge this gap -- a resource that would make it easier for people to feel better by building mental health solutions that are effective, affordable, and enjoyable.

Hod Tamir, PhD

“It can be unsettling to move beyond your comfort zone and I applaud your willingness to try something new and invite change into your life.” 

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Lead Psychologists

Dr. H Tamir, PhD

Lead Psychologist

Hod is a developmental psychologist and licensed mental health counselor. His practice, The WĪSR Place, focuses on wellbeing, identity, sexuality, and relationships. After completing his PhD in Psychology at Florida International University, Hod worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Columbia University and the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Tamir is now focused on clinical practice, teaching, and developing tools to make mental health treatment more accessible.

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We want to help people feel better by giving them the evidence-based tools to learn and change.

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