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CBT - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

What is CBT?

CBT, or Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, is a type of psychotherapy that is widely used to treat a variety of mental health issues, including depression, anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, and more. The fundamental principle of CBT is that our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are interconnected, and that changing negative thoughts and behaviors can lead to changes in our feelings and overall mental well-being.
CBT is typically focused on addressing specific problems. Through a structured process in therapy sessions, individuals learn to identify and challenge dysfunctional thinking patterns and beliefs, and to develop healthier, more constructive thought processes. This often involves exercises both in and out of therapy sessions, such as homework assignments, where individuals practice the skills they've learned.

Why Choose The Anxiety Center for CBT?

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CBT is Supported by Extensive Research

CBT has been extensively studied and consistently shown to be highly effective in treating anxiety, depression, OCD, and related disorders, making it a trusted evidence-based therapy choice.

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Targeted Approach

CBT targets maladaptive thought patterns and behaviors, offering individuals practical strategies to challenge and restructure negative thinking, leading to long-lasting symptom relief.

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Versatility and Long-Term Benefits

CBT equips individuals with coping skills and tools that extend beyond the treatment period, promoting resilience and preventing relapse across various mental health conditions.

Our Approach

We know that your journey with your anxiety may have been difficult, but we are so excited that you have found our center. The good news is that anxiety and OC spectrum disorders are highly treatable when met with the right scientific solutions. Here you will find that we are experts in our field and are equipped with the best in behavioral treatments. For anxiety disorders the most effective treatments utilize exposure, and that is why it forms the foundation of our anxiety program. Exposure is critical because it targets the very neurobiological processes that maintain the problem. Our clinicians are ready to collaborate with you and confidently guide you in facing their fear, challenging their thoughts, and developing greater resilience. We often find that although anxiety feels despairing in the moment, recovery can be a life changing  experience.  Coming to The Anxiety Center, you can be sure that you will receive compassionate care as we walk with you through difficult emotions and teach you strategies that will inspire hope and minimize the chance of reoccurrence in the future.

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The Difference

The cornerstone of Care

At The Anxiety Center, our foundational approach to care is encapsulated in our Enhanced Treatment Program (ETP), a comprehensive and tailored strategy designed to address the unique needs of each individual.

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Measurement-based care

At The Anxiety Center, Measurement-Based Care forms a critical part of our commitment to accountability in treatment outcomes. By frequently monitoring patient symptoms and feedback through secure digital platforms, we ensure that our treatments are continually adapted and refined. This proactive, data-driven approach not only enhances patient outcomes but also reflects our dedication to holding ourselves accountable for the effectiveness of our care.

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Personalized Treatment Strategy

We tailor our therapy packages to each patient's unique needs, recognizing the importance of individualized treatment paths. This approach involves differentiating therapy types, intensities, and frequencies, ensuring that each patient's therapy is precisely aligned with their specific challenges and progress in dealing with anxiety or OCD. By employing a range of evidence-based techniques, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Exposure and Response Prevention, we ensure that each patient receives a personalized, effective therapeutic experience.

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Integrated Care and Team

The Anxiety Center, our focus is on whole-person treatment, aiming to provide more than just symptom relief. We strive to give our patients a holistic health perspective, a sense of purpose, and a sustainable wellness plan for post-treatment life. Our multidisciplinary Integrated Care Team – including behavioral therapists, family therapists, and psychiatrists – works collaboratively to address biological, psychological, and life purpose aspects. This approach ensures comprehensive care that encompasses all facets of our patients' well-being.

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Advanced Treatment Techniques

At The Anxiety Center, we emphasize the use of cutting-edge, evidence-based treatments, ensuring our patients receive the most advanced care. Our teams engage in ongoing professional development at renowned institutions like IOCDF and ADAA, and we rigorously evaluate quality metrics to stay abreast of innovations in the field. This commitment to continual improvement is ingrained in our culture, reflecting our dedication to providing expert-implemented, up-to-date treatment methods for anxiety and OCD.

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Equitable Access

We are committed to making high-quality mental health care accessible to everyone. Believing that effective treatment should not be limited by financial means, we continuously work to expand our range of accepted payers and develop affordable service models. Our efforts are driven by the conviction that quality care for anxiety and OCD should be a right, not a privilege. This dedication to accessibility and affordability is integral to our mission, ensuring that all individuals have the opportunity to receive the care they need.

Disorders that we treat

Know more about our special approach of the conditions that we treat

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Anxiety

General, Health, Social, etc.

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PANS & PANDAS

Pediatric Neuropsychiatric

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Mood Disorder

Bipolar, Depression, Disruptive

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Neurodevelopmental D.

Autism, ADHD, etc.

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Behavioral Disorders

Attention, Borderline, etc.

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