Sometimes life feels as if it is spiraling out of control and as a result we tend to jump to conclusions without evaluating situations or gathering evidence. Our perception to a situation is the basis to irrational thinking and thinking and acting poorly. New England Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy can help individuals develop skills to step back, evaluate the situation, and make proper choices before reacting or "overreacting." At NECBT we guide you through your difficulties while providing you the life-long skills to handle just about any situation. As a result, you feel more in control of your life, because you will have the ability to approach situations more calmly and rationally. You will be able to make more clear-headed decisions, stay calmer and more in control, and ultimately feel better by behaving and reacting more rationally.
Our therapists are trained in the ICBT methodology with a strong CBT background. For most individuals treatment will last 16 - 20 weeks. All of our treatment is EVIDENCE BASED and we offer measurable results.
At NECBT we are highly successful in the treatment of:
Adult Autism Spectrum
Gay & Lesbian Issues
Gender Identity Issues
Military PTSD w/professionals experienced with the Military
Young Adult Issues
Every Tuesday, 3:00 – 4:00PM – beginning May 8, 2012
One "yes" answer to the above questions suggests a possible alcohol problem. More than one "yes" answer means it is highly likely that a problem exists.
If you have more than one “yes” answer – have you ever felt a:
• Craving – A strong need, or urge, to drink.
• Loss of Control – Not Being able to stop drinking once drinking has begun,
• Physical dependence – Withdrawal symptoms, such as nausea, sweating, shakiness, and anxiety after stopping drinking.
• Tolerance – The need to drink greater amounts of alcohol to get “high.”
If any of this sounds familiar – and if you are sick and tired of being sick and tired – if family members or loved ones are frightened for you, this group may be for you.
No nonsense, No judging, JUST HELP
One of the most successful programs in CT dealing with PTSD!
• ANXIETY & DEPRESSION
• ANGER MANAGEMENT
• SUBSTANCE ABUSE
• LIFE RE-ADJUSTMENT
• MILITARY SUPPORT GROUP
• FAMILY SUPPORT GROUP
Do you have a friend, family member or, you, yourself in need of assistance dealing with the return from military service? Suffering from nightmares, anger outbursts, drinking abuse, depression, anxious, feeling like you don’t fit into civilian life?
NECBT has created one of the nation’s first ICBT Veterans program. This is a "highly effective" behavioral health program designed for veterans and those that are currently serving as well as their families. Thus far treatment effectiveness is very high and a great number of folks are finally getting the help they deserve!
Interpersonal Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (ICBT) Treatment for Veterans with PTSD.
ICBT is a highly effective and innovative technique utilized to treat veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. The most common complaint that veterans have regarding therapy is the notion that he/she does not feel understood and that no one can relate to the plight of the veteran. A lack of military knowledge by a provider may, in many cases, serve as a barrier between therapist and military patient.
The core of ICBT is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy; a therapy that has been proven highly effective through hundreds of empirical studies. ICBT is a revolutionary hybrid of CBT and is often considered CBT’s modern counterpart. ICBT focuses on the interpersonal relationship in order to build trust and rapport with the patient as well as challenging the patient’s quick irrational thoughts that are leading to his/her negative feelings and actions (such as the case in PTSD).
Once rapport and trust are formed in combination with techniques specific for dealing with veterans are applied, the more access to the unlocking the deeper rooted thoughts within the core of an individuals thinking that are causing the PTSD symptoms. In addition, ICBT is delivered by therapists with military experience, assuring a strong therapeutic understanding that veterans can feel comfortable with.