Dr. Julia King is a psychologist and yoga teacher who sees clients throughout New York and New Jersey remotely for telehealth sessions.
Julia takes an integrated, mind-body approach to treatment. She specializes in working with people whose lives have been hijacked and limited by anxiety. When her clients come to her, they are flat out fed up with being afraid of their own future, with doubting themselves, and with acting out of fear rather than from a place of curiosity and excitement. So, her clients come to her motivated for action and ready to work.
And, Julia does not disappoint. She is an action-oriented, practical, skills-based therapist. She provides education. She wants her clients to understand why they feel the way they do, what is contributing to their distress, and what is happening in their brains when they feel anxious. Julia uses that information to empower; her clients feel less afraid — and more equipped to tackle what she’s suggested they do to feel better — when they understand what is going.
Often, Julia’s clients get better and no longer need regularly scheduled sessions. How do they get there? Julia provides strategies for them to practice, which address the unique triggers and landscape of their experience of anxiety. And, they do their homework between sessions and they work really hard. Overcoming anxiety is very much about learning how to handle discomfort and to confronting the things that are scary and uncomfortable. And how do they learn to handle discomfort? By voluntarily choosing to be uncomfortable and then practicing new skills to navigate it better… over and over and over again, with loads of support, guidance, and encouragement.
Julia’s clients who feel better continue to experience anxiety-provoking situations. It’s not that they don’t experience challenging situations in the future. And it’s not that they’ve ‘cured’ their anxiety. But, they learn and develop the skills necessary to effectively navigate future challenges in order to reclaim their lives.
Anxiety - Coping with excessive worry, nervousness, or stress; intense discomfort in social settings (social anxiety); sudden and intense feelings of panic (panic disorder)
Body image - Development of skills for handling negative thoughts about physical appearance; building habits of more positive self-talk and self-perception
Emotional eating - Support around distorted body image and beliefs around food; counseling to reshape problematic behaviors and thought patterns; coping strategies for reducing or eliminating episodes of binge eating
Somatic complaints - Helping clients manage and mitigate physical complaints linked to maladaptive thoughts, feelings, and behaviors
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) - Behavioral therapy that can help clients learn to better manage stress and anxiety, which may directly impact symptoms of IBS
Julia King is not in-network with any insurances.
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Private Practice, Therapist, 2016 - Present
Private Practice , Forensic Psychologist, 2011 - 2018
Shine Yoga Center, Cincinnati, OH, 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher, 2016 - 2016
Forensic and Mental Health Services Inc., Hamilton, OH, 2006 - 2011
University of Cincinnati's Institute for Psychiatry and the Law, 2006 - 2009
Widener University, Chester, PA, Doctorate of Clinical Psychology (Psy.D), 2006
Widener University, Chester, PA, Master of Business Administration (MBA), 2006
Widener University, Chester, PA, Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology (M.A.), 2004
Wright State University, Dayton, OH, Bachelor of Science in Psychology (B.S.), 2000
New York: 23400
This is a ** FREE * online masterclass. It is self-paced. It consists of five video lessons and a corresponding workbook. Anyone anywhere can take it as it is an educational, rather than a therapeutic offering.