Janine Schroth is a licensed psychologist who earned her PhD from UCLA. Dr. Schroth works extensively with individuals experiencing symptoms of anxiety, OCD, depression, trauma and PTSD. Her training and experience in cognitive based therapy, positive neuroplasticity and mindfulness-based approaches help give clients tools and methods that enhance their well-being and resiliency. Stress, an unavoidable reality in life, and how it’s handled, is shown to be a major factor in quality and success in life. Enhancing this ability often times includes strengthening skills that underlie resiliency, such as awareness, adaptability, self-regulation, relationship with self and others, sense of purpose, flexibility of mind, and a sense of agency. Often times we know what we want to do, but are stuck in neurobiological patterns created over the course of our lives. Fortunately, we are not locked in forever to these habits of mind and body. We can break out and develop new adaptive patterns that lead to success and well-being. There is hope. Dr. Schroth’s work is informed by a wide range of cutting edge research in brain and behavior, cognitive behavioral mindfulness training and psychosomatic and behavioral medicine. Dr. Schroth is certified by the American Academy of Experts in traumatic stress, and is also is a board member of Straight Talk, a behavioral health organization in Orange County providing counseling, parenting classes, and residential rehabilitation for those suffering from substance abuse.
Dr. Schroth is currently licensed as a Psychologist in the state of California.