I am not now in clinical practice, but below you will find are some potential resources if you are looking for treatment. Referrals are not intended to be endorsements or guarantees for treatment methods or treatment outcomes. They are simply a few resource I am including that may be help for you if you are looking for treatment or for training in TEAM-CBT. Google can sometimes be an excellent resource for finding therapists in your area.

The Feeling Good Institute in Mt. View California offers TEAM-CBT intensives for individuals who do not live in this area. Also, a couple of the certified TEAM-CBT therapists offer therapy via Skype type connections on the internet. This might be helpful to some individuals.

I regret that I cannot do treatment via email or internet, either, so cannot respond adequately to individuals who describe personal problems and ask me for advice or help. However, I am happy to answer questions in a general way on my website if the question has some teaching potential that others might appreciate and benefit from.

Although I have moved way beyond traditional Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), traditional CBT might still be a good option for many individuals who don’t otherwise have access to good psychotherapy. If you use Google, you can search for a CBT therapist in your area. They have many therapists in the US and around the world.

Some people ask, “help me find a referral in Miami,” or Atlanta, etc. i am working alone and have no help, and I do not have any referral lists. You can check the sites below for help, however.

TEAM-CBT in the San Francisco Bay Area

Feeling Good Institute

To find therapists trained in Dr. Burns’ new T.E.A.M. Therapy, visit the website for the Feeling Good Institute (FGI.) The institute is located near El Camino Hospital in Mountain View, California, and offers individual therapy as well as Intensives for individuals who do not live in this area. To watch a brief video describing the treatment programs at the FGI, click here. The fees at the Feeling Good institute are high, due to the high cost of living in this area. However, they do have a sliding fee policy, and do see many individuals at reduced fees. Make sure you enquire about this if you need a lower fee.

The Feeling Good Institute also offers training programs for mental health professionals, along with a certification program in T.E.A.M. Therapy. To learn more about TEAM Therapy and how if has evolved from CBT, click here. To learn more about the training and certification programs, contact Angela Krumm, PhD at the Feeling Good Institute. To watch a brief video describing the training programs at the FGI, click here. To learn more about free T.E.A.M. Therapy training programs for students and community theapists directed by Dr. Burns and May at the Stanford Medical School, plus other in-person and online psychotherapy training programs, click here.

I have no connection to the Feeling Good Institute, financial or otherwise. They are completely independent. however, I support their TEAM-CBT training programs, including the terrific weekly online training groups, and their TEAM-CBT certification program because I believe they are doing excellent work.

TEAM-CBT in New York

The Feeling Good Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
235 Main St., Suite 520
White Plains, NY 10601
Main number: (914) 315-7950
Elise Munoz, Clinical Director (

The Feeling Good Center of New York
160 Broadway (between Maiden Ln & Liberty St), Suite #1204
New York, NY 10038
Main number: (914) 315-7950
Elise Munoz: Clinical Director (
Dr. David Bricker: Training Director  (212) 406-3520 (

Dr. Taylor Chesney / Feeling Good Institute New York City
341 East 79th Street, Suite 302
New York, NY 10075
Dr. Taylor Chesney: Clinical Director (516) 551-8063 (

Other resources for cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) around the United States and worldwide include:

Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Science Center (Oakland, California)

San Francisco Bay Area Center for Cognitive Therapy

Center for Cognitive Therapy (Philadelphia)

The American Institute for Cognitive Therapy, New York City

Referral list from the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy

Website for Academy of Cognitive Therapists

For more information on finding a therapist, check the FAQs page.