New York and Westchester Psychologists are not all the same. CTA helps you determine the right kind of therapy and matches you with the best therapist.
Some attempts at therapy will fail! Not all forms of therapy or therapists are the same.
NOW with Tele-Therapy (Zoom, Phone, FaceTime).
The movies often portray therapy as Freudian psychoanalysis, also called psychodynamic therapy. While there are elements of that kind of therapy that can be useful, for many people, particularly those who want rapid results, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is the best solution. Our therapists are trained in CBT and incorporate other forms of therapy when appropriate.
Don’t waste your money or your time on therapy that is less likely to help. You deserve happiness and success and the sooner you achieve it the better. Find out if Cognitive Therapy or Schema-Focused Cognitive Therapy is right for you.
If you work or live in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Westchester, Nassau and the surrounding communities, chances are there is a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist (approved by Cognitive Therapy Associates) close to you.
Call us at 212-258-2577 so we can help find the best therapist for you.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a clinically-proven, highly effective treatment for depression, anxiety (panic attacks, phobias, OCD, and other stress disorders), relationship problems, low self esteem, and more. If you are in or near the New York City area (Manhattan, Westchester and Long Island), and are looking for a licensed professional counselor who is trained and experienced in the use of Cognitive Behavioral treatment techniques, including Schema therapy, contact us at CTA: 212-258-2577. We will match you with a therapist who is right for you, either a Psychologist or Social Worker trained in CBT and/or Schema therapy. Our offices are located throughout the New York City area. Phone and/or Skype sessions are available as well.
There are many different modalities (types of therapeutic treatment), from psychodynamic psychoanalysis and Jungian Psychotherapy to the more recent developments in brief therapy and self-help. Curious how Cognitive Behavioral Therapy compares with other kinds of therapy, check out our Types of Therapy section.