What is CBT?

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a solution-focused, goal-oriented and evidence-based treatment that focuses primarily on the here-and-now. It is designed to empower clients to improve overall functioning by learning to better manage symptoms, acquire positive coping strategies and maintain lasting change.

As CBT specialists, we work collaboratively with our clients to help them understand how their unique thoughts, feelings and behaviors interact. We also assist our clients to recognize, challenge and respond more effectively to negative thought patterns. We promote active engagement, both within and outside of therapy, and we teach our clients practical skills and techniques to navigate both acute and chronic stressors.  

Our providers are uniquely trained and experienced in treating the following mental health conditions:

Generalized Anxiety Disorder

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Social Anxiety Disorder

 Specific Phobias

Illness Anxiety Disorder

 Panic Disorder

Mild/moderate depression (with no active suicidal ideation or current/prior self-injury)

Perinatal/postpartum mental health conditions (in both women and men)

Parenting stressors

 Adjustment difficulties (school, work, life, career)


 Imposter syndrome

Overall stress management

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