For individualized cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) training, Noah Clyman, LCSW, ACT offers 2 paths clinicians may explore -- 1:1 Supervision or Consultation. Both options have many similarities, but simply stated consultation tends to be less intensive and does not include focused teaching/didactics, homework or review of tapes or preparation for certification. Noah would be happy to discuss which option is most appropriate for you, and can be reached at 347-470-8870 or by email.
Regardless of your experience with CBT, Noah tailors supervision to deepen your understanding and enhance your skills. Training is individualized and oriented toward strengthening your competency in cognitive therapy conceptualizations and interventions, and will address integration of CT with other therapy approaches.
Workshops We also offer workshops in CBT and TBCT. Please contact us to learn more.
What Sets Noah Apart?
Clinical experience: In addition to private practice, Noah has provided psychotherapy in a broad range of settings including: a psychotherapy training institute, a community mental health clinic serving clients living with HIV/AIDS, a psychiatric emergency room, and a mobile crisis team. He is skilled at adapting therapy across the continuum of settings.
Teaching/Supervisory experience: Noah is an experienced supervisor & has trained MSW and MHC candidates from all of the major graduate schools in New York City (including Columbia, NYU, Yeshiva, Fordham, & Hunter College). Noah is an Adjunct Lecturer for New York University. In this capacity, he supervises graduate students studying to become therapists. He teaches students how to: conduct thorough assessments, diagnose, complete treatment plans, and carry out interventions in psychotherapy practice. Noah developed a comprehensive internship program for trainee therapists at Gay Men's Health Crisis--the oldest HIV/AIDS service organization in the country--providing both individual and group supervision for graduate students in their clinical internships. He also co-created Boston University's first online CBT course with master clinician Daniel Beck, LICSW in Spring 2013.
Post-graduate training: Noah has completed intensive post-graduate training at the world-renowned Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy where he was taught by CBT founder Aaron Beck, MD & colleagues.
• ACT Certified Diplomate - Certification is awarded by the Academy of Cognitive Therapy (ACT) to individuals who have demonstrated an advanced level of expertise in cognitive therapy. ACT's exacting standards establish that the clinicians has the necessary training, experience, and knowledge to be highly effective cognitive-behavioral therapists.
• ACT Certified Trainer Consultant: This credential indicates that the individual possesses the educational, practice and leadership skills to serve as a supervisor, trainer, or consultant for other developing cognitive behavioral therapists.
• ACT Fellow: Fellow status indicates sustained outstanding contributions to the field of cognitive therapy in the areas of research, teaching, and/or clinical work. Candidates must have at least five years of experience at the post-doctoral, post-training or post-fellowship level and generally have made at least a 10-year contribution.
• As a Member of the ACT Credentialing Committee, Noah is involved in the latest research on how clinicians measure success in therapy and evaluate therapists’ skill and competency in delivering CBT. He is uniquely qualified to help clinicians achieve this designation.
• As a Rater for the ACT Credentialing Committee Noah is on the panel of expert CBT therapists who review and score audio samples submitted by individuals applying for certification with the Academy.