- Sep. 17, 2012 - LOS ANGELES --
The S.E.T. Therapy Programs are short-term, step-by-step treatments designed for persons struggling with various psychological conditions. This includes programs for adult ADHD, persons who suffer from debilitating Anxiety and Worry, those who are experiencing significant Depression, or those who wish to learn enhanced Relapse Prevention Skills for Addictive Behaviors. These programs emphasize a Solution-oriented, Evidence-based, and Time-limited approach to treatment. Utilizing proven Cognitive-Behavioral techniques, we examine the relationship between how thoughts affect behaviors and emotions. These programs have demonstrated effectiveness in reducing and managing symptoms while increasing overall functioning and a sense of wellbeing.
“What if your therapist told you that there is research indicating significant improvement is achievable within the first 10 sessions of psychotherapy?”
says Pablo Noguera, CNS Associate Director. “Based on the S.E.T. model of care, CNS hopes to instill in its patients that it’s possible for change to occur now.”
Kevin Kelley, CNS Clinical Programs Supervisor states, “The S.E.T. Therapy Programs represent state-of-the-
art treatment utilizing evidence-based methods. In addition to demonstrated effectiveness, these programs empower patients to have a clear idea of the length, course and cost of treatment. In the S.E.T. Programs, the patient is in the driver’s seat, with a highly skilled clinician as teacher, navigator and guide.”
CNS Integrated Behavioral Health & Medicine is an advanced outpatient practice offering specialized treatment for a variety of psychiatric and behavioral conditions. Patients at CNS have access to virtually all specialists available in the mental health field through one simplified, centralized system. Executive Medical Director Michael Mamoun, M.D., says, “What’s happening at CNS is virtually unprecedented in private practice mental health settings. At the moment, nothing quite like this exists in Los Angeles.”
CNS is based in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA. More information can be found at www.cnsla.com or by contacting CNS at 310-440-9800.