Did you know the four top complaints of people with bothersome tinnitus are depression, anxiety, sleep difficulty, and concentration problems?
Dr. Gans provides in-person and international virtual tinnitus therapy using video conferencing where clients can explore and learn how to shift tinnitus from bothersome to non-bothersome.
Dr. Jennifer Gans is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice in San Francisco trained to work with individuals, both hearing and deaf, struggling with problems such as: Anxiety Disorders, Depression, Stress Management, Sleep Difficulty, and Concentration Problems related to navigating the challenges of Tinnitus, Hyperacusis, Hearing Loss, Cochlear Implantation, and other Sound Sensitivity Disorders. Dr. Gans is fluent in American Sign Language and works closely with the Deaf community and their families.
Her practice has provided services for individuals, both hearing and deaf, struggling with problems such as: Mood Disorders, Stress & Anger Management, Anxiety Disorders, Family & Parenting Issues, Couples Counseling, Life Transitions, Separation & Divorce, Grief & Loss, Chronic Illness, Tinnitus/Hyperacusis/Misophonia, Cochlear Implants.
Mindfulness is a special kind of awareness: it is a moment-to-moment awareness of our experience without clinging to the judgments and stories our mind naturally creates. It frees you to be more present in your immediate experience, so that you can wake up to the wonder of the one life you are given. Cultivating this practice helps to reduce the negative impact of tinnitus on our lives.
This 8-week online course teaches participants to bring conscious attention to whatever happens to be in their field of awareness at any given moment. Why? Simply because it is already here – we might as well experience it.