Psychotherapeutic services for individuals, families and groups

A variety of behavioral health services for children, adolescents and adults are offered. Specializing with children and families with a comprehensive approach to treatment. The Center offers evaluation and treatment of depression, anxiety, spectrum disorders, Bi-Polar and ADD/ADHD diagnosis, and trauma and impulse control disorders.

Our services include:

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

Academic Consultation

Academic Consultation

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Treatment for Substance Abuse
and Dual Diagnosis

Anger Management
– identifying triggers
– cognitive behavioral intervention
– promoting self awareness
– teaching emotion regulation

Educational consultation
– Psychological Testing
– School consultation
– Screening for ADD and ADHD
– Building concentration
– Guidance with organization
– Promoting healthy study habits
– Attendance at school conferences and PPT's
– CBRS evaluation



Medication Management

Behavior Management Strategies
for families

Therapeutic visitation
between parents and their children

Teaching parents
behavior management techniques

Conflict Resolution

Social Skill Building
– verbal and nonverbal communication
– interpersonal effectiveness
– guidance with bullying

Insurance and Confidentiality

Payment is due at the time of the session. Your insurance claim will be filed, but you are responsible for deductibles, co-insurance, and co-payments. You will be billed for a session that you cancel with less that 48 hours notice.

Current Insurance Providers:
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield
DCF Provider
Out of network provider with other insurance companies

Services may also be fully or partially covered if you have out-of-network coverage with another insurance company. This means that you would be responsible for the fee at the beginning of each session and then you would submit a receipt given to you by CT Healing Center to the insurance company for reimbursement. Issues discussed in therapy are generally legally protected as both confidential and "privileged". There are limits to the privilege of confidentiality. Suspected abuse or neglect of a child, elderly person or a disabled person. When your psychiatrist or therapist believes you are in danger of harming yourself or another person, or you are unable to care for yourself. If you report that you intend to physically injure someone, the law requires your therapist to inform that person as well as the legal authorities. When your insurance company is involved in filing a claim, insurance audits, case review or appeals. When otherwise required by law.

This website contains general information about psychiatric conditions and treatments. The information is not an advice line, suicide hotline or form of tele-mental health and should not be treated as such.
If you think you have a clinical emergency, please call 911 or go to the nearest hospital. DO NOT attempt to access emergency care through this web site. An emergency is a psychiatric condition that manifests itself by acute symptoms of sufficient severity such that you could reasonably expect the absence of immediate attention to result in serious jeopardy to your health, serious impairment or serious dysfunction.

Web links are provided as an educational tool, and should not be relied upon for personal diagnosis or treatment.