Since 2003, The Cordier Institute’s New England Center for CBT treatment has provided interpersonal- cognitive - behavioral therapy (I- CBT) a unique and highly effective method of therapy that has helped thousands of people overcome a variety of different mental health challenges. The I- CBT method is evidence based and validated. It is patient centered and is tailored to each individual's treatment goals. Work is done individually and when necessary supported by workshops. We treat ages 7 and above (although, the younger the child the more involvement with the parent).
Patients are taught a step by step process on how to manage their thoughts, feelings and actions. When you learn and master one skill, the next is introduced. Treatment is based on the therapeutic relationship, behavioral modification, mindfulness, evidence based methods, a self help workbook and videos designed to be used in conjunction with therapy to support learning and treatment goals.
Testing tools are also incorporated to track and manage symptoms throughout the treatment process. Patients “graduate” from treatment based on a variety of assessments such as: self assessment, clinician assessment, consistent and steady improvement of testing batteries (significant of 50% to 100%) and most importantly accomplishment of treatment goals.
For teens and children (and some young adults), parents learn support skills, interventions and behavioral modification skills that can be incorporated into the home. The parental intervention is done in a 8 week series taught by an I-CBT Level II or Diplomat Psychotherapist. After the seminars have been completed parents attend "parent coaching" to ensure that we are identifying and making adjustments for any existing issues that may get in the way of the treatment goals.
Treatment for most patients, on average, takes 5-6 months depending on the patient’s pace, and incorporation and understanding of the skills provided. It can take longer for some. We tell new patients, that this is not like traditional psychotherapy. Although you still talk and discuss your life situations, we are going to give you skills to learn how to step back and then move forward. If you want to experience great outcomes its important to practice skills and self help assignments that are designed to strengthen your brain and emotional/social connections. I-CBT is based on self empowerment.
We only employ certified I-CBT Psychotherapists from the American Center of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to provide treatment, ensuring that you are receiving one of the most effective treatment methods ever developed for overcoming mental health issues. We monitor and audit charts and provide ongoing supervision and training to ensure that proper delivery is being done. Our Psychotherapists are licensed Doctors, LCSWs, LMFTs or license eligible in the near future. Regardless of which provider is treating you, you will receive the same quality and standard of treatment. I- CBT is designed to have all therapists work collaboratively (although you will work with one primary therapist), so you have thousands of clinical treatment hours of experience supporting you.
We are pay as you go. No large upfront fees for the program and no commitment. If you call the office we will explain our treatment method in detail, what to expect for a typical treatment plan, determine which provider would be a good fit for your journey, determine the best schedule, how much you would be expected to pay for sessions. For people coming from a hospital setting, your treatment plan may be a little more intensive for someone who is experiencing mild anxiety. Ultimately, your Psychotherapist will determine or adjust your treatment plan after you evaluation and throughout treatment
We do accept some insurance to help pay for treatment. Out of pocket costs vary from as low as $50 per month to as high as $1200 depending on the provider's level of experience.
Please note that we have less success with:
Personality Disorders - we recommend finding a good DBT therapist.
Active Substance Abuse or Active Eating Disorder - our only exception is if you are actively attending a SA or EA program.
I-CBT helps all ages from seniors to children 9 years old and up.
Here are just a few things you'll learn with one of our I-CBT Certified Psychotherapists:
- to manage stress
- to overcome fear
- to manage impulses
- to see the world in a more positive light
- to connect better with others
- to achieve your goals
- to find happiness
- to believe in yourself
- to strengthen your brain
- to rid yourself of your negative "core beliefs" about yourself (and others).
- to change your thinking and feelings
- to stay motivated and focused
Thinking more rationally helps for creating a healthier lifestyle. New England Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy has been teaching healthy thinking skills since 2003. Individual’s work with a counselor utilizing the I-CBT step by step system in order to learn how to motivate themselves, regulate their impulses, and build healthy thinking habits to achieve their personal goals. The foundation part of the program is the self-help workbook designed to cater to each individual’s specific need.
The workbook is used in conjunction to counseling to incorporate and build life-skills. People learn how to step back and identify and rework their irrational thought process so they can proceed with more rational thoughts.
Life transitions can cause a tremendous amount of stress. Our therapy is ideal for those who are experiencing big changes and are not sure how to manage them successfully. Our life skills approach keeps you ahead of the game and ready for whatever lays ahead.
Our program is Nationally recognized as one of the most progressive cognitive behavioral therapy treatment models in the United States. Our excellent outcomes are a result of the collaboration of therapist, parents and child. Children/Teens work independently with a psychotherapist, attend workshops to strengthen skills and learn skills to support their child's treatment goals. We strive to make every family happy.
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Since 2003, NECBT has provided Cognitive Behavioral Therapy using a unique method that has helped thousands of people.. The I-CBT method is patient centered and is tailored to each individual's treatment goals. Patients learn through a a step by step process how to manage their thoughts, feelings and actions. Treatment is based on the therapeutic relationship, evidence based methods and a workbook designed to be used in conjunction with therapy to support learning and treatment goals.
Are you passionate about your career? We offer a welcoming environment, training and support in our I-CBT method, team collaboration, and more.
Our focus is to help individuals heal, energize, and become aware of their inner strengths by using the I-CBT treatment process. We achieve this by providing a safe space, listening to your concerns, and most importantly teaching you the life skills that can change your thoughts to open up your world. Using the I-CBT treatment model we will customize a treatment plan to help you overcome your difficulties.
No need to remortgage your house to have access to high quality treatment. We have partnered up with some really great insurance plans that can help cover cost of treatment. We accept Anthem, Cigna and Husky (Medicaid). We also provide sliding scales for individuals who have insurance plans that we do not accept. We are pay as you go and you can stop at anytime.
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Check out this video to quickly get a glimpse of what anxiety treatment / depression treatment generally looks like with our Interpersonal cognitive behavioral therapy experts. Since 2003, we have helped thousands of people struggling with Anxiety, Depression, OCD, ADHD /ADD and more!
Stop in to see us during normal business hours! We love to answer questions about our Interpersonal Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Program for Anxiety Treatment and Depression Treatment. We are conveniently located in Glastonbury CT near the Manchester, East Hartford line and a short drive from Vernon and Tolland. Near the RT 2 exit for easy access from Hebron, Marlborough and Colechester and easy access from RT 3 for . West Hartford, Rocky Hill, Newington,
110 National Drive, Glastonbury, CT 06033, US
Mon-Thursday: 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Friday: 10am - 4pm (clinical assessments by appt. only)
Sat by appointment only
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