What is Cognitive Therapy?
Cognitive therapy represents a significant breakthrough in the treatment and prevention of depression, anxiety, and many other psychological disorders. Cognitive therapy is also referred to as cognitive behavioral therapy, CBT, or behavioural cognitive therapy.
Cognitive therapy is a short-term, problem-focused approach that can produce rapid improvement in symptoms, provide you with a clear explanation of your emotional difficulties, increase your self-control, and prevent future mood swings.
Where is Cognitive Therapy available in New York City?
Experienced cognitive and schema therapists in Midtown Manhattan treat a broad range of psychological and emotional issues. The office is located at 36 West 44th Street, near Grand Central Station.
What other information is available on the Cognitive Therapy New York website?
This website has been designed to give you a better understanding of cognitive therapy, and to let you know how you can receive cognitive therapy treatment here in the New York City area. The website also includes a special section on Schema Therapy for longer-term problems. The navigational links on the left side of the page tell you where to find the information you're interested in, or you can take the entire tour.
Please click on the link below to begin the tour, or use the navigation bar on the left to read about a specific topic.