[Video] Can Cognitive Treatment Help with Depression?

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Gregg_Pauletti

Gregg Pauletti MS

Greenwich, Connecticut USA

RCHI

Gregg is an independent educational consultant who specializes in working with young adults living with mental health challenges. Gregg provides a specialized model of cognitive remediation therapy to help his clients improve their cognitive functioning.

You can email Gregg for more information at:

gpauletti@restoringcognitivehealth.com

Why We Share: Can Cognitive Therapy Help with Depression?

Depression has many factors, but like other cognitive remediation therapists, Gregg is battling it with simple tools and techniques. Gregg explains how cognitive therapy can help and how he uses it to help his patients battle depression.

Gregg works primarily with young adults who are battling mental illness in Greenwich, Connecticut. He helped to develop and direct the first non-residential cognitive remediation program in Connecticut. Gregg’s background in counseling and training in the NEAR Model of Cognitive Remediation gives him a unique approach to cognitive rehabilitation.  He assists students throughout the admission process into their college careers. Gregg helps students find schools that can provide proper mental health support.

Every therapist has a different style of conducting a session. Some have therapy sessions that are 45 minutes long, while others only offer group therapy sessions. In this video, Gregg shares what a therapy session is like at RCHI to help therapists gain different insights in regard to how they run a cognitive rehabilitation therapy session.

Christine Campbell

Christine is HappyNeuron Pro’s Marketing Specialist. People with intellectual disabilities have a special place in her heart. Growing up with a sibling with an autism diagnosis and intellectual disability influenced the way she views life. She is passionate about educating people about health and sharing cognitive tips.

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