The new school of thought in the advancement of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
The Interpersonal -Cognitive Behavioral Treatment method is based on the Cognitive Affective Model - a model that is based on neuroscience and the creation of neurogensisis to support mental health wellness and long term outcomes.
Thoughts, Feeling, Actions
Interpersonal - Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (patent pending) goals are to provide patients easy to use therapeutic evidence based skills that help diminish and replace negative thoughts and behaviors to empower individuals to heal, energize, and become aware of their inner strengths and challenge the core thinking that has been a road block to happiness and contentment. We achieve this by providing a neutral safe space, listening to concerns, customizing a treatment plan and teaching skills. This treatment is not available anywhere else.
Interpersonal Cognitive behavioral therapy looks combines several methods into one treatment system that is taught step by step to patient's as the learn to incorporate these goals into their treatment plan.
Cognitive behavioral therapy and cognitive therapy has not been improved upon since the mid 1950s. The biggest problem with cbt is the instruction and usage of the method. Dr. Cordier's combination of neuroscience and looking deeper into the mental health wellness is much more expansive and inclusive of a true biopsyhosocial model. Although CBT is the foundation work, other methods and models are essential to incorporate into the treatment for mental health wellness. Currently, cbt can be described and used any number of ways, where as I-CBT uses more usable termonology for patients to grasp skills, step by step approaches to teaching and specific self help assignments to achieve goals. The systematic approach helps to achieve higher outcomes for a multitude of people and because the training teaches concrete curriculum the outcomes can be replicated over and over again with various psychotherapists and mental health issues.
Many therapist rely too heavily on the theuroptic." Although this relationship is also key to the I-CBT process, having emphirically validated data throughout each individual's experience helps therapist know how a patient is progressing and understanding the skills they are being taught. A patient who is ready to "graduate" from treatment will show a significant reduction in their treatment scores as well as self report. Patients take brief testing batteries which are quickly scored before the start of each session and then recorded. Depending on the type of illness, other testing batteries will also be incorporated. Validating each experience is key to preventing serious relapse.
When treating patients having a dedicated treatment plan with specific goals and objectives help patients to understand the skills, how to apply them and keeping treatment focused on reaching the goals. Having structure benefits both the psychotherapist stay on track for their treatment plan while also keeping the patient motivated to continue learning and improving.
The Interpersonal Cognitive Behavioral Treatment Success" is an outstanding resource that will benefit patients, their families and clinicians who care for individuals with psychiatric symptoms and disorders. My heartiest congratulations to Dr. Tom Cordier for his outstanding effort in developing the I-CBT concept as a viable treatment modality for psychiatric symptoms and disorders. My kudos to Dr. Cordier in scripting this wonderful book that will be immensely beneficial to so many individuals!
We provide lunch and learns to hospitals and corporate settings to teach some of the fundamental cbt skills.
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