What is CBT?
CBT is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. It comes in many forms but the unifying thread is an evidence-based perspective. CBT utilizes a set of core concepts proven to help people with a variety of disorders. How this looks for each client is unique, and no one treatment is right for everyone. CBT tries to constantly improve itself and use only interventions which have been demonstrated to help.
Here is more information from the Beck Institute:
“Cognitive behavior therapy is one of the few forms of psychotherapy that has been scientifically tested and found to be effective in hundreds of clinical trials for many different disorders. In contrast to other forms of psychotherapy, cognitive therapy is usually more focused on the present, more limited in duration, and more problem-solving oriented. In addition, patients learn specific skills that they can use for the rest of their lives. These skills involve identifying distorted thinking, modifying beliefs, relating to others in different ways, and changing behaviors.”
Retrieved from www.beckinstitute.org 6/29/17: https://www.beckinstitute.org/get-informed/cbt-faqs/
The Right Therapist for You
Research around the “therapeutic alliance” is consistent – finding the right therapist for you is key to your recovery. Once you find them, working with them throughout your treatment until the end, gives you the best possible outcome. NHC CBT works to provide continuance of care to our clients through staff resiliency and creating and environment where staff ultimately want to stay. If you start with one of our excellent providers, all hand-selected by our Founder, you can be assured NHC CBT is doing all we can to encourage them to be a provider you can count on for the duration of your treatment. Visit our team page to see who your best fit might be: https://nhccbt.com/our-team/
Who does NHC CBT Provide Services For?
NHC CBT serves all ages and levels of development and treats diagnoses across the DSM-5 as long as the current presentation of the disorder can be best served by outpatient treatment.
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Current NHC CBT Services:
Social Skills Group
Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga Groups
(6 week minimum, recommended for complex trauma)
Yoga for Peaceful Embodiment Groups
(6 week minimum, recommended for a range of DSM-5 Dx, including Emotional Disorders and Eating Disorders)
Court Ordered Counseling
Substance Use Disorder Evaluation
Group Therapy – upon request. Please speak to your clinician if you are seeking a particular group. Check back often for new groups.
Substance Use Disorder Groups
Eating Disorder Group
Parents of LGBTQIA Group
Psychological and Neuropsychological Testing
For current information on who is doing and learning what, check our team page: https://nhccbt.com/our-team/
Since your here, below, you can find some of our current specialties.
Various forms of CBT protocols (DBT, REBT, CBT-E, etc…)
Substance Use and Co-Occurring voluntary and court-ordered services
Developmental and Neurological Disorders, including ASD, Asperger’s, Tics and ADHD
Emotional Disorders, including PTSD, OCD, Bipolar, Anxiety and Depression
LGBTQIA, Gender Dysphoria and Transitioning Support
Chronic Pain and Migraine
Repetitive Disorders, including Excoriation and Trichotillomania
For more information on professional development, workshops and training, please visit our Events and Education page. https://nhccbt.com/education/