Effective Mental Health Care in Connecticut
Welcome to the Behavioral Wellness Clinic (BWC) in Mansfield, Connecticut. We serve the University of Connecticut community, the Hartford area, eastern Connecticut, greater New England, and we have online therapy to numerous states and countries as well.
BWC is a group of caring clinicians ready to help you using a combination of scientifically-proven treatment approaches, clinical expertise, and genuine concern for your well-being. We strive to use our knowledge and counseling skills to join you in your journey to overcome barriers in life that cause difficulty and distress. Throughout the process, we respect your priorities, cultural background, religious faith, and life goals.
Your First Step to Wellness
Behavioral Wellness Clinic clinicians are a team of psychotherapists and mental health professionals practicing at a professional facility in Mansfield, Connecticut. Each clinician specializes in several different areas of counseling and mental health care, maintaining the highest professional standards.
BWCC therapists have a cognitive-behavioral orientation, which means they tend take an active approach to
treatment. Therapists use proven techniques to facilite progress and help clients meet individual goals.
It is important to us that clients understand how therapy will help them and what to expect. Our therapists will take time to explain their conceptualization of the problem and how treatment will work for you.
Anyone struggling with anxiety, phobia, traumatic memories, OCD, PTSD or related conditions can benefit from
the services of BWC therapists. Additionally, individuals seeking counseling for interpersonal issues may experience positive changes in their intimacy, communication, and other obstacles that may interfere with relationships.
We Care About You
At the Behavioral Wellness Clinic, our practice of psychology necessarily aims to reduce suffering in clear and measurable ways. This means that evidence-based interventions are used by our therapists to target specific symptoms and alleviate distress. However, for us psychotherapy is about more than reducing symptoms and improving functioning. It's about more than using evidence-based therapies to treat mental disorders. At the Behavioral Wellness Clinic, psychotherapy is about caring for people — past the point of simple symptom-reduction. At the heart of it, psychotherapy is a human relationship: one person showing sincere and skillful care for another. For us, it's about being a person in the room, someone who has your undivided care and attention, and someone to walk with you through the crisis to the other side.