The Emotional Life of Students: An Interview with Dr. Daniel Zamir

Student counselor, Dr. Daniel Zamir, draws upon his experience working at UCLA’s counseling center and discusses common issues university students seek to address. He touches upon a variety of key topics, including  relationships, anxiety, body image, depression, sexual identity, and stress reduction.

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About the Author

Daniel Zamir, Psy.D Dr. Zamir is the president of the Anxiety and Panic Disorders Clinic of Santa Barbara. He attained his doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Pacific University in Portland, OR in 2012. He obtained his psychology license in California in 2013 (PSY25871) after completing training at UCLA and UCSD in CBT, behavioral health, and mindfulness-based approaches to mental health. Dr. Zamir specializes in working with individuals who are dealing with symptoms of anxiety, panic, PTSD, OCD, phobias, and social anxiety. His approach to therapy integrates several empirically supported treatment models to help people to meet their goals and improve their lives.

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