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We are excited to celebrate our 10th year as Boston's behavioral health specialists. It's been an honor and a privilige to help our clients lead happier and healthier lives.
CPA is a unique, multi-disciplinary psychological counseling and behavioral health specialty center with over 30 doctoral-level psychologists, neuropsychologists and psychiatrists who offer excellent credentials, extensive clinical experience, and knowledge of the most effective therapeutic and assessment techniques.
We offer a comprehensive range of psychological counseling services, neuropsychological testing and evaluation and a wide range of other specialty behavioral health and wellness services in three convenient locations in the greater Boston area, including Back Bay, Financial District/Downtown and Newton Corner.
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- Learning Disability & Dyslexia Testing
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- Psychiatry Services
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Meta-cognition refers to how we think about the way we think. For example, one might say, “I’m always worrying.” Meta-cognition has become a target for treatment in depression and anxiety disorders, similar to the way cognitive behavioral therapy is used for these disorders. An interesting article recently highlighted meta-cognitive therapy for anxiety, depression and other […]
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