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The Cordier Institute's revolutionary neuro informed-emotional health program
CBT Tolland, CBT Storrs, CBT Coventry, CBT Vernon,
Your thoughts influence your view of the world and how you react to it. If you think negative thoughts, you perceive the world negatively and behave in negative ways. It's not the situation that causes negative feelings or behaviors, but how the situation is perceived through one's own thinking. Most irrational thoughts are learned through years of experience and become known as "automatic thoughts."
Life can be challenging and outside influences can affect you. But if people, things, and situations were the only causes of your difficulties, then you would have no control over your life. Our experiences are shaped through perception, and our thoughts are seldom accurate. This often causes one to misperceive the situation without evaluating or gathering evidence before acting. As a result, the individual may experience uncomfortable and negative consequences while reaffirming a poor self-concept. CBT for Anxiety. Neuro Emotive CBT Counseling.
People often believe everything they think, especially when their emotions are so strong. By setting goals and developing new skills, you can learn to step back, evaluate the situation, and then make more rational choices before reacting. Doing so helps in avoiding negative consequences and improving the self-concept.
After learning how to adjust your perception and your overall thinking, you will feel more in control of your life and be better prepared to handle almost any type of situation you experience.
You'll learn to automatically make clear-headed decisions, replacing the negative automatic thoughts with rationally positive thoughts that work better for you. And most importantly, you will be able to approach life with increased clarity, calmness, and rationally. Challenging a skewed perception should become effortless and instinctual.
Most people have more power over their situations than they think. After all, it is our perspectives that garner our world views and experiences. To better one's life experience, one must alter their initial perspective. Once you realize that outside occurrences only withhold the extent of power your perception gives them, you will have begun the first step in learning how to garner complete control over your thoughts. As you progress past this first step by learning and adopting the mental skills necessary, you can move towards your personal goals and achieve a happier, more successful life.
Our treatment revolves around your motivation to get better; how you actively work on learning and utilizing your new skills within daily occurrences. The desire to get better is commendable but only becomes incredible once it initiates the actions necessary to learn and develop.
A person seeking help must utilize and practice the skills they learn to start gaining a new perception of life. By doing so, a noticeable change will transpire.
This treatment is ideal for anyone struggling with stress, anger management, sleeplessness, poor decision-making, life transitions, and anxiety and/or depression-based disorders.
*Treatment solutions for Anxiety in Tolland County. American CBT offers one of the top treatment programs in the United States. This unique CBT Program is available online and in person and is located in Tolland County, Connecticut.
You can learn how to feel good with evidence-based skills.
Our exclusive CBT program will teach you how to develop new and healthy thoughts.
You will be able to focus on how to develop and build healthy relationships with family, friends, co-workers, etc.
Self-motivation and self-confidence are two important keys to success. You'll learn how to manage obstacles in your thinking to clear the way for your future.
You feel more in control of your behaviors and emotions and thus can navigate difficult situations like building relationships with difficult people.
You will gain a healthier perspective of your life to move forward with confidence and clarity.
You will learn how to set goals that can lead you to live life with contentment, peace, and happiness.
When you learn how to better manage your thinking and emotions, you will be able to better manage your behaviors and actions.
The best way to have the outcomes you desire is to make decisions with a clear mind. We will teach you how to keep your emotions in check!
Many of the skills that you learn will help you change your perspective and allow you to open your mind while exploring new areas of life that you never thought you could.
Learn how to live your best life. Learn how to build skills that lead to successful habits.
Learn more about why you see things the way you do and gain a better appreciation of yourself.
Dr. Cordier, NBC CT - Depression
Dr. Cordier, NBC CT "Parent Training" Children
Dr. Cordier explains the basics of why neuro informed treatment has stronger outcomes versus talk therapy, as well as treatment for teens and children (also applies to adults). Subscribe to American CBT Centers for more videos and updates.
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Traditional CBT focuses on surface thoughts that lead to behavior and action. Neuro Emotive CBT is an advanced method of cognitive behavioral therapy. The NE-CBT goes deeper by addressing emotional neurology, developing rapport and trust, using a specific framework to challenge thoughts, and helping individuals better understand how their emotions and behaviors are intertwined with them. Specifically, their self-concept, feelings, behaviors, thoughts and ability to connect better with others.
Individuals' first sessions are based on understanding the client/patient, teaching them the basic skills and framework of thought processes, and working on changing behaviors and emotions that are problematic for the individual. Through learning, practice, and implementation, individuals begin to shift their attitudes to begin looking at the world with a new perspective. Equipped with tools to change behaviors, they will learn to make stronger connections with other people and better understand themselves. After learning the foundational elements, we can start to use this new framework of thinking to help.
Only you can answer this for yourself. We've seen outstanding outcomes within the thousands of people treated. However, results vary based on the individual's ability to incorporate the skills and apply them to their life. You have to want to feel better and do the work that is required. If you follow the steps and do the work, no matter what, you'll undergo some improvement. However, most experience exceptional improvement.
Personality Disorders (Borderline, Antisocial, Narcissistic), Reactive Attachment, Psychosis, active substance abuse, active Anorexia or Bulimia (without a medical team and supervision), unmedicated Bi-Polar, unmedicated Schizophrenia, and certain forms of Traumatic Brain Injury.
Everyone is different, with different learning styles and abilities. The program works alongside the pace of the individual. There are 13 modules that are taught and each builds upon the other. It may take a person a little longer to get through one section, while another person may grasp it quickly. Our job is to teach and help you feel self-empowerment. When you can learn how to step back and see the world from a new perspective, it changes the way you feel and interact. The Parent Empowerment Training is slightly different because it requires the support and change of the family as a whole. The same skills are applied, but they are delivered differently and are less reliant on the modules for lessons.
We accept Medicaid, Anthem, and Cigna. We will process all insurance and provide a sliding scale if you have health insurance. Rates and sliding scales vary based on insurance coverage. If you're out of network, the program fee is $125 per session with a $75 monthly program fee.
Adults and Teens 16+
Generalized Anxiety Disorder & most anxiety-based disorders
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder
Attention Deficit Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
In addition, work-related stress; relationship/dependency issues; sleeplessness, low confidence, and assertiveness, self-acceptance, lack of motivation, and temperament issues.