NYI/CBT is dedicated to providing
mental health professionals and students with excellent training in
the most effective treatments available today for psychological and
behavioral disorders, interpersonal difficulties, and substance
abuse. We strive to impart to them a thorough knowledge of
psychotherapy techniques and the social and scientific
psychological factors, which created them. While we emphasize
training and treatments which lead to behavioral change, we consider
client dignity and improved human relationships to be equally important
parts of our training.
We are specifically committed to
training the mental health professional in the cognitive,
behavioral, and related psychotherapies and we strive to offer the
best consultation to agencies in the use of these therapies.
We are devoted to the training of
people entering one of New York State's four new mental health
professions. We intend to offer an excellent program to help them
obtain a license.
NYI/CBT has a policy of
non-discrimination on the basis of race, color, or national or
ethnic origin in admissions, use of facilities or exercise of
student privileges, faculty, or administrative staff, and
scholarship or loan programs.
NYICBT conducts all of its live training in facilities
compliant with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA). We
will make special arrangements for all participants who require
physical, visual, or auditory assistance, including sign language.
Please call 718-521-6375 in advance of the presentation to ensure
All complaints should be made to the NYI/CBT office, addressed to Howard Eisman, Executive Director. Call 718-521-6375 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Our staff will attend to the matter promptly.