We at CBC fervently strive for greater acceptance, compassion, tolerance, respect, peace, justice, dialectical thinking and open, non-defensive and non-judgmental dialogue. As therapists, trainers and researchers, we are committed to continuing to enhance the health and well-being of our clients, staff, trainees, and all people in our community. That means being anti-racist and actively supporting the black community, while also actively supporting and affirming all other racial and ethnic groups, gender and sexual minority groups, and religious groups.
In an effort to do our part to help create a more equitable world, CBC has partnered with the non-profit Access Psychology Foundation (APF) to provide educational, training and treatment grants and scholarships to members of vulnerable and underrepresented populations. Through this partnership, CBC intends to support a community of racially diverse clients, students and professionals to create a more equitable society.
To join our fight to provide access to mental health treatment and training for all or to learn more about APF, please visit access-psychology.org.
CBC provides the necessary structure and tools to assist individuals with issues ranging from life stresses and problems to a range of mild to severe psychological disorders. Many of the common psychological problems we treat for adults, adolescents, children, couples and families cover the spectrum of human emotion and behavior. Most often, our clients will come to us describing a range of feelings and issues along with obstacles that they would like to move past.
Our therapists practice leading edge treatments based on the principles of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) with the primary goal to create positive and enduring change for all of our clients.
CBC’s Cognitive Behavior Therapy Programs (CBT) are compassionate, evidence-based psychotherapy treatments for individuals with a wide range of problems such as stress, anxiety, depression, habits, attentional and behavioral problems, parent-child conflicts, couple conflicts, and more.
CBC’s Dialectical Behavior Therapy Programs are compassionate, evidence-based treatments for individuals who have significant difficulty regulating emotions and behaviors. DBT features weekly group therapy and targets the issues that cause distress and teaches a range of skills to deal with them.
We provide a collegial and intellectually stimulating environment for comprehensive training, supervision and consultation in CBT and DBT. We offer a series of continuing education training opportunities for health professionals, educators and administrators through CBC-Ed. Our continuing education program offers workshops and other trainings, as well as time-limited or ongoing consultation for professionals in the community who wish to learn CBT and DBT adherently. Please contact our consulting team at email@example.com for more information.