Laura Koehler, Psy.D.

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Meet Laura Koehler, Psy.D., a licensed clinical psychologist with Linden Oaks Behavioral Health. Dr. Koehler has worked in the mental health field for more than 10 years in a variety of settings, including community mental health, private practice and residential treatment centers. Her work has focused on helping adolescents and their families. Her approach to treatment integrates Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), along with exposure therapy to provide patients with the skills they need to increase their ability to regulate emotions, as well as tolerate overwhelming emotions. Don't miss Dr. Koehler's Healthy Driven blogs!

Number of Posts: 7
Contributor Since: 8/19/2016
Favorite Category: Featured
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10 tips to manage stress and anxiety under the stay-at-home order

May 07, 2020
Look for these signs of stress and anxiety, and get 10 tips for managing stress during the quarantine.
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Terrified of throwing up? Learn about this phobia.

November 07, 2019
Most people don’t like vomiting, but for some, just the thought of it is enough to cause extreme distress. Learn about this type of phobia, known...
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Separation anxiety is real for kids (and adults)

April 04, 2019
Ever had your child cling to your leg and bawl his/her eyes out when you try to leave for work or the store? Young children often feel threatened...
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Weighing in on weighted blankets — do they really work?

February 14, 2019
Weighted blankets attempt to re-create the comfort and relief derived from a warm hug.
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3 strategies to help your anxious child

October 19, 2018
Oftentimes, reassurance and comfort aren’t enough to help your child get past his or her fears and worries. Learn 3 strategies parents can use when...
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Beyond shyness: The face behind social anxiety

February 08, 2018
Some people are a little on the shy side. But for others, the thought of socializing or performing in front of others is too much to bear.
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