Your cognitive behavior therapy treatment team includes:
- Mental health workers.
- Social workers.
- Occupational and activities therapists.
Doctors and advanced practice nurse specialists meet with you to evaluate and diagnose your condition and help guide your treatment. They can answer any questions and concerns that you have about your condition, your medicine, and your treatment.
Your individual therapist will help you learn how to apply what you are learning in the groups to your personal life. Staff members are always available to talk with you and to provide support and personal assistance. In addition, medical internists, neurologists, dietitians and psychologists serve as consultants, and a chaplain is also available to meet with you at your request.
Paul B. Lieberman, MD, Unit Chief