Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics (CBIT) is designed to decrease the frequency and severity of tics
Cognitive behavioral therapy is proven in the treatment of insomnia.
Excessive worry/fear about being apart from family members to whom a child is most attached
Trichotillomania is the act of compulsively pulling out one’s own hair
Neuropsychological evaluation is essential to determine if there are long-lasting effects after a brain injury
Social anxiety is the fear of social situations and the interaction with other people.
Evaluation and intervention can have a significant impact on a woman’s experience during & after pregnancy.
CFPsych offers a Child Social Skills Program for peer and social development.
Biological, psychological, behavioral, cognitive and spiritual factors impact the experience of pain.
Review strategies for making important behavioral changes to live a healthier lifestyle.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy has been found to be more effective than other treatments for IBS.
After an initial assessment, we will work with you to identify the best treatments for your headaches.
Psychotherapy can help people recover from increasingly common eating disorders.
Results of neuropsychological testing in dementia patients can help with diagnosis & assist in treatment planning.
Psychologists may play a vital role in the adjustment and on-going process of living with diabetes.
Culturally sensitive behavioral health care strives to acknowledge, understand and respond to a diversity of cultures.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) may help those with heart disease reduce their risk of heart attack.
Relaxation techniques may help ease side effects for cancer patients in treatment.
Bed-wetting, loss of urine during sleep, can be a major problem for children.
Affecting one's ability to concentrate, memory, and a wider array of cognitive functions, ADHD affects a sizeable portion of the U.S. population.
Stress can be normal and part of a healthy, balanced life. Sometimes, however, patients develop imbalanced levels of stress, leading to poor mental health.
While schizophrenia affects over 3 million people in the U.S., it is often misinterpreted and misunderstood.
Personality disorders make it hard for sufferers to cope with the ebb and flow of life and relationships.
While panic attacks and anxiety attacks may seem the same, they are actually distinct from one another due to their triggers.
Someone with an OCD fixates on things that are of little importance to others and can develop elaborate tasks around these things.
Having healthy self-esteem is essential to living well and being a productive member of society.
One of the most prevalent mental disorders in the U.S., depression affects one in every six U.S. adults at some point in their lives.
Bipolar disorder is also sometimes called manic-depressive, thanks to the ups and downs in mood and energy that patients experience.
Someone dealing with an anxiety disorder manifests symptoms that are so extreme that they interfere with that person's ability to manage their day-to-day life.
Patients with agoraphobia experience such intense fears of certain situations that they may avoid them altogether.