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About Dr. Anita Sanz

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I have been a clinical psychologist for over 20 years,

currently in private practice and teach at Stetson University.

I help people make positive changes,

in all areas of their life, without getting overwhelmed.

I help people learn how to think more positively,

handle life stress better, and enjoy life more.

I help people learn how to connect better with their partners,

resolve conflicts and fight with each other without causing

major damage, and be more in love for a lifetime.

I help people grow their own self-esteem, lay their own

foundation of goodwill, and learn to treat themselves

as if they matter.

I help people get in touch with what is their own unique place

in the Universe, use healthy spiritual practices to help them

get through the traumas and tragedies of life,

and encourage them to know once and for all that they

are good and decent people at heart.

If you would like to learn more about any of these things,

you’re in the right place!


I want to impart this message:

that life is a manageable if messy enterprise,

that problems can be dealt with,

traumas can be healed,

and you can continue to grow and learn forever.


Check back frequently to read my weekly blog posts

about mental-health related topics to help you learn more

about making healthy change and taking care of yourself.


Interested in taking a personal journey into major positive

self-change?  Then you may want to check out my book,

a 52-week program that will help you make real changes

without becoming overwhelmed, step-by-step: A Year to Change.


Please sign up for my newsletter to find out what’s

coming up, what topics have been posted on the blog,

and links to other interesting mental health sites.

I would also love to connect with you on the

Sanzplans facebook page, or on twitter @sanzplans.

Do you enjoy pinterest?  Check out my boards!

I post daily mental health tidbits and the latest

research findings in the field of mental health.

I’m so happy you found your way here…

and I hope you will check in frequently.

And if you like what you see,

please recommend this site to others!

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