It is not because things are difficult that we do not dare; it is because we do not dare that they are difficult.
Be emptying of worrying, think of who created thought, why do you stay in prison? When the door is so wide open.
About sabina sehgal
Dr. Sabina Sehgal is a licensed clinical psychologist (PSY22035) who specializes in health psychology. She completed her postdoctoral fellowship at Moores UCSD Cancer Center assisting young adults, couples and families cope with the effects of chronic illness. She has worked with children, families and couples for the last 7+ years , including 3 years at Rady Children’s Hospital , San Diego, where she focused on individual therapy for adolescents, teens and their families. Currently she works with issues regarding stress, low self-esteem, body image, divorce, anxiety, depression, and chronic illness. Dr. Sehgal also works as an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, at University of California, San Diego, where she teaches the foundational skills needed for the practice of clinical medicine. She has experience working with individuals and families challenged by chronic and acute health conditions such as cancer, HIV, diabetes, spinal cord injury, chronic pain, posttraumatic stress as related to medical conditions, accidents and combat. Patient populations have included diagnosis such as Chronic Pain, PTSD, ADHD, Depression and Anxiety disorders.
Using self-regulatory interventions such as mindfulness and guided imagery, and behavioral medicine, Dr. Sehgal works with individuals, couples and families to support their transition through their diagnosis and promote a positive supportive setting in which the patient can recover.
Dr. Sehgal’s specialty is in evidenced based treatment for stress and anxiety disorders. She has substantial experience assessing and treating children, teens, and adults. Dr. Sehgal is interested in the relationship between physical health and mental health and utilizes an integrative approach to treatment including cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and biofeedback in order to enhance her client’s feelings of purpose, efficacy, control and general satisfaction with life.