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  1. PSYPACT and Virtual Therapy Services at CCTA

    The uncertainty and challenges of the past year have highlighted both the importance of attending to and maintaining one’s mental health, as well as the need for greater accessibility to healthcare providers.  Accordingly, an increasing number of people are opting to meet with therapists virtually, not only due to quarantine and COVID-19 concerns, but also […]

    September 28, 2021UncategorizedNo comments
  2. Race, Mental Health and the Police – A call for mobile crisis teams

    When the video of George Floyd’s murder became public, the nation began a renewed examination of systemic racism. The Center for Cognitive Therapy (CCTA) became active in the immediate aftermath, forming a Social Justice Committee (SJC) to reflect on the violence experienced by Black people in America, and exploring where we, as individuals, as clinicians […]

    November 13, 2020UncategorizedNo comments
  3. A New Way to Treat Kids, Teens and Young Adults with Anxiety

    Our clinicians were recently trained by Dr. Eli Lebowitz of Yale University in an exciting new way of alleviating anxiety in kids, teens and young adults. This approach was highlighted in an article in the Atlantic “What happened to American Childhood? Too many kids show worrying signs of fragility from a very young age. Here’s […]

    September 3, 2020UncategorizedNo comments