Princeton Cognitive Therapy provides cognitive-behavioral therapy for children, adolescents and adults.
I provide the following clinical services:
- Individual Therapy for Children
- Individual Therapy for Adolescents
- Individual Therapy for Adults
- Family Therapy
- Parenting Support and Skills Training In Behavior Modification
- School Consultation
- Stress Management and Relaxation/Mindfulness Training
- Behavioral Medicine Strategies for Physical Illness and Pain
- Coordination of Care with Physicians
Therapy begins with an initial evaluation. In addition to a careful clinical interview and assessment, well-researched clinical rating scales (questionaires) may also be used to help assess the extent of anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive symptoms, inattention or other psychological factors. At the end of the evaluation process, I will give you feedback about my assessment of the problems you or your child are facing and discuss a recommended treatment plan. This treatment plan serves as a road-map towards achievement of your goals for therapy. As we work together, we will also re-evaluate the problem and make shifts in treatment strategies as needed to keep on track with your goals.
If medication may be indicated to provide symptom relief, I will refer to and coordinate care with your family doctor, psychiatrist or child's pediatrician. I have developed very positive relationships with many other reputable professionals in the local community (such as psychiatrists, pediatricians, guidance counselors and family physicians) which serves to help me provide the best quality of care.
Notice to users of this site: Use of this website is for information and educational purposes only. By using this site, there is no implication, establishment or guarantee of a doctor-patient relationship. No promises or guarantees of services are given or implied in any form, regarding any information on this site nor guarantees of benefit from treatment should future treatment begin.