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The NE-CBT Treatment Model was developed by Thomas Cordier a Ph.D. in psychology. Dr. Cordier also created the New England Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) where he treated thousands of individuals based on years of research which led to the development of his innovative "neuro emotive-cognitive behavioral treatment model", based on the neurology of the brain and its ability to heal and create new neuro-pathways. Dr. Cordier's hard science treatment aspect focuses on teaching patients pertinent skills for self-mastery over their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. Although the basis of the approach is rooted in old school cognitive-behavioral treatment (CBT) methods, the model explores and works on additional spheres of mental health wellness including mindfulness, emotional release techniques, improving social interactions with others, emotional-self-introspect and other effective and validated techniques. His treatment corresponds with a self-help book and support videos designed to help patients explore a deeper understanding of the skills they are learning as well as a personalized guide for future reference. In addition, Dr. Cordier instituted a testing tool that he created based on rational thinking, that correlates directly with the scientifically valid Beck Depression and Beck Anxiety Inventories. Progress is recorded, evaluated, and shared with each patient to determine improvement and the necessity for on-going treatment. Once a patient's scores have dramatically improved and he/she continues to show cognitive, emotional, and behavioral improvement, the patient is graduated from the NE-CBT program. If the need for future assistance arises, an NE-CBT provider will work with the patient for a few sessions to assist the individual in getting back on track. This "clinical tune-up" is briefer than initial treatment because the patient is already familiar with the tools and skills needed to regain full momentum.
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