No one is immune to life’s ups and downs, and especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s normal to feel sad, lonely, or anxious—but there are steps you can take to feel better.
Path to Well-being is a new joint initiative of McLean Hospital, Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP), and Jewish Family & Children’s Service (JF&CS).
Participants access this no-cost, six-to-eight-week, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) from a laptop or via an app on a tablet or smartphone. It provides practical strategies that can help you feel better, even during stressful times.
This program is part of a research study that will collect confidential data on the effectiveness of this treatment to help advance advocacy for insurance coverage. All data will remain completely confidential.
CBT is a skills-based treatment that focuses on things you think and things you do that contribute to conditions like anxiety and depression.
Run by experts at renowned McLean Hospital, you’ll learn and practice CBT techniques that are proven effective for managing stress and anxiety online, with guidance from a CBT coach.
This program may be right for you If you are:
There is no cost for eligible participants, and you can complete the program at your own pace—and from the comfort of your own home!
Call 781-693-5562 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org to talk with a knowledgeable counselor who will take you through a brief screening to determine your eligibility. Even if this program is not the right fit for you, we may be able to connect you to other helpful resources.
Path to Well-being is one component of CJP's Mental Health Matters — an initiative to improve the access to care for Greater Boston’s Jewish community and destigmatize mental health concerns. CJP is dedicated to ensuring that more people are physically, financially, and emotionally secure, within a community that preserves dignity for all.