110 National Drive   Glastonbury, CT 06033  |   Phone: 860-430-5515

Our growth and success is founded on dedication, expertise, experience and excellent patient outcomes. - New England Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Psychiatry.

At New England Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Psychiatry, we are constantly refining our quality, expanding our capabilities, increasing our efficiency, and further elevating our already-superior level of patient care.

At NECBT, we specialize in Interpersonal Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (I-CBT), an innovative form of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, developed by NECBT founder and American Psychotherapist Thomas Cordier.

Treatment

Treatment

At NECBT, we specialize in Interpersonal Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (I-CBT), an innovative form of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. The “I” in I-CBT originates from Cordier’s belief that an interpersonal relationship built on trust and rapport is necessary to unravel a patient’s irrational thinking and challenge a patient’s fundamental belief system.

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Cordier Institute

Our Mission

At NECBT we consider it our mission to set the standard of Evidence-Based Mental Health Treatment and help as many people as we can in the process. Our success is characterized by our clinical responsiveness to both individual and family needs. NECBT is dedicated to raising the bar throughout mental health and healthcare industry as a whole.

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Testimonials

Treatment

“When I first began treatment at NECBT, my panic attacks were uncontrollable; I thought there was no hope for me. But, after 18 weeks, with my ICBT clinician, I am now able to lead a normal life. I can attend sporting events, socialize with friends, and once again travel to family gatherings. Thank God for NECBT. ” - College Student

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I-CBT Treatment Difference

Interpersonal Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (I-CBT) also falls under the umbrella term of CBT. However, I-CBT not only serves as a CBT modality, but is also a treatment system that coincides with individual treatment, involving various forms of I-CBT groups, behavioral training for parents and specialized forms of treatment for children and adolescents with special needs. I-CBT is also very effective for military members and veterans. The treatment of patients and the training of clinicians using the I-CBT system are universal in that patient treatment and clinician training of the CBT methods are presented similarly.

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BONNIE'S BLOG

Helpful and fun postings that can encourage and educate! Some of the topics included are Body Image, Helping kids with ADHD, and Attacking the Anxiety of Feeling Judged.

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News

Increases in funding and updates to the insurance system, at both state and federal levels, are long overdue in the field of Mental Health.

The Newtown catastrophe has raised numerous questions concerning the state of mental health in Connecticut as well as throughout the entire nation.

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