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Welcome to COPE

COPE’s mission is to provide holistic mental health care that delivers evidence-based psychological interventions that are personalized to your specific mental health and addiction concerns. COPE psychologists have been trained and certified in a number of evidence-based practices, including

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
  • Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD
  • Prolonged Exposure for PTSD
  • Integrated Behavioral Couples Therapy

Dr. Rubin Khoddam

Clinical Psychologist and COPE Founder

SERVICES

Treatments provided include CBT, ACT, DBT, CPT, Psychodynamic Therapy among others

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COPE staff have been trained in a variety of couples and family treatments.

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IMPROVE is an outpatient substance use treatment program that was developed by COPE staff

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Individual and couple services, as described above, can also be provided via teletherapy

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Groups based on ACT, DBT, and process groups among others are periodically offered

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