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Condensed_Sq_fun logo14_crpd (2)One of the most sought-after treatments for trauma is now available at Bedford Counseling Associates. Trauma often causes people to struggle with their memories and thoughts regarding a certain event, making it difficult to make sense of what happened. When one fees unable to sort out the trauma, it can have a dramatic and detrimental effect on one’s life and in dealing with the memories.

How Cognitive Processing Therapy Can Help

Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) helps by offering new ways to handle distressing thoughts and to gain an understanding of those events. By using the skills learned in CPT therapy, one will develop techniques that enhance recovery from a traumatic event. CPT will help you to understand how a traumatic event changed the way you look at the world, yourself, and others and how it plays a role in how you think, feel and act.

CPT has been shown to be one of the most effective treatments for PTSD and for working with Veterans. Many clinicians at Bedford Counseling Associates are trained for Cognitive Processing Therapy and are able to provide you with the very best in treatment options. Call for a consultation today.

The 6th annual Lite Up The Nite For Mental Health will be held on Thursday, June 18 at the Derryfield Park cross country course in Manchester. The annual event is the only run/walk for mental health in the state! The 5k boasts a neon theme in which supporters and participants are encouraged to wear their brightest apparel as a show of support for mental wellness. All proceeds from the event will help to provide charity mental healthcare services and an improved quality of life for those in the community who are in need. This year, the event will also memorialize a former staff member, for his work with MHCGM clients and his dedication to the field. To support the event or to register for the 5k, please go to: www.runformentalhealth.org

FamilyFavoriteLogo2014_szd for webBedford Counseling Associates and The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester will host the 2015 New Hampshire Mental Health Symposium on Wednesday, May 6 in Bedford, NH entitled; Mindfulness with Adults and Children; Fitting the Practice to the Person. The event will be led by Dr. Ronald Siegel, a well-known educator, activist and author of The Mindfulness Solution. Click for more information: Symposium

Throughout the year, The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester and Bedford Counseling Associates, host several community events in which the proceeds support mental health services for those in need. We believe in empowering individuals to achieve recovery and promoting personal and community wellness. Community members are encouraged to attend or support our efforts by donating items for the auction.



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