Cognitive Therapy Program

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Cognitive Therapy Program


If you’ve experienced a traumatic brain injury, a stroke, or some other form of neurological impairment – you may be experiencing a variety of cognitive deficits. If you have difficulty with orientation, attention, memory, problem solving, planning, organizing or “executive function,” Gaylord’s Cognitive Therapy Program can provide you with the techniques you need to maximize your skills and increase your independence.

The Cognitive Therapy Program is an intensive full day, individualized program that includes a mix of group and individual therapies provided on an outpatient basis. Since family members can be important to your recovery, they are encouraged to take an active role in the program.

Our specialists will design a treatment based on your specific needs that may include:

Specialized Groups:

  • Cognitive Skills Group
  • Academic Therapy
  • Psychosocial Group
  • Acquired Brain Injury Resource Group
  • Chemical Usage Education Group
  • Community Out-Trip
  • Interpersonal Skills Group
  • Occupational Therapy Group

Individual Therapies:

  • Physical Therapy 
  • Aquatic Therapy 
  • Occupational Therapy 
  • Speech Therapy 
  • Psychology

Cognitive Therapy Program

Gaylord's two outpatient programs for acquired brain injury are the Aphasia and Cognitive Day Treatment Programs. Each program focuses on different issues and is available both to outpatients from the community and residents of Traurig House. This video provides an overview of the Cognitive Therapy Program and the skills that are focused on to help patients with traumatic brain injury.

Cognitive Therapy Program


If you’ve experienced a “neurological event,” and now have difficulty with memory, orientation, and/or problem solving, then our Cognitive Therapy Program may be right for you. The first step in deciding whether you should enroll is to talk with your primary care physician or neurologist.

Cognitive Therapy Program brochure


Outpatient Admissions: (230) 284-2888

Outpatient Fax: (203) 294-8705

Program Coordinator: (203) 284-2800, extension 3991