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Are You Having a Quarter-Life Crisis?

Most people have heard of a mid-life crisis, and they relate it to doing uncharacteristic things like buying motorcycles and filing for divorce. While mid-life crisis has gained a certain notoriety due to its use as a plot in movies and television shows, quarter-life crisis is the lesser-known life transition that impacts a surprising number […]

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Seasonal Affective Disorder

Is Summertime Seasonal Affective Disorder a Real Thing?

There’s an old country song with the lyric, “There ain’t no cure for the summertime blues.” Fortunately, this isn’t necessarily the case. While the summertime blues, or seasonal affective disorder as we call it in the therapy world, can be overwhelming and difficult to diagnose, there are some effective methods of addressing and mitigating the

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Benefits of Therapy for People with Developmental Disabilities

During the month of March, we observe Developmental Disabilities awareness month. The goal is to help raise awareness of and encourage greater levels of inclusivity, acceptance, and advocacy for people with developmental disabilities. As therapists, the Center for CBT in New York City team recognizes these awareness months, and we do our utmost to promote

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Is CBT the Right Therapy Option for Me?

No therapy approach is right for everyone, but if there was one style versatile enough for anyone, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), would certainly come close. The basic principles of CBT can be applied to improve just about anyone’s lived experience and address a wide array of concerns, including anxiety, depression, and trauma. A therapist will

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Myth VS Reality of Big “T” and Little “t” Trauma

Talk about trauma seems to be pervasive these days. Discussions of trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and trauma recovery are even represented in the shows and movies we watch. While this representation is important to help people recognize signs that they’re struggling with trauma recovery, more representation also means more misrepresentation. The idea of big

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