Hi, I’m Dr. Jennifer L. Fee, and I particularly love to help people regain lives that have been disrupted by panic and fear.  Anxiety can stifle people at every turn from small everyday tasks like going to  work and the grocery store to the big dreams of life, such as relationship, career, and going on a trip of a lifetime.

The tagline to my private practice is:  “Vision creates a future worth having.”  Our vision gets clouded by the issues of life:  anxiety, stress, depression, worry–just to name a few.  The focus of this blog is to talk about topics that cloud the vision of your life as well as to inspire you to work toward creating that future worth having.

By the way, I’m a Psychologist and Director of Vision Quest Psychological Services, which is located in Placentia, CA.  I also teach half time in the graduate psychology program at Vanguard University in Costa Mesa, CA.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope that you’ll come back!

Dr. Jennifer Fee

P.S. You can email me on the “Contact Me’ page or reach me by phone at (562)760-2743.  My office is conveniently located in Placentia, one half mile of the 57 Freeway (Chapman, Fullerton/Placentia Exit).

Just So You Know (The Fine Print)

I am a Psychologist, licensed in the state of California, however, the contents of this blog are intended for educational and informational purposes only.  This information is not intended to be a substitute for a professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any medical or mental disorder.

Also note that I am not a Psychiatrist. Psychiatrists prescribe medications, Psychologists study them, but the majority of Psychologists are not authorized to prescribe meds. or give you specific advice about them.  With that difference in mind, please note I might comment from time to time on psychotropic medication, especially since I study this information and constantly have clients who take them. Any information given in a post about medication is for educational purposes only, and primarily to aid you in having an informed discussion with your own Psychiatrist/Physician.

You should always seek the advice of your own pnysician or mental health professional with any questions or concerns that you have regarding your own mental or physical health.  Never subsitute what you read on my site for live, in-person, professional care.

–Dr. Jennifer Fee

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