Path to Well-being is a joint initiative of McLean Hospital, Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP), and JF&CS.
Your mental health matters.
We want to help get you on the right path — the Path to Well-being.
This no-cost, virtual program to support your mental health was developed in partnership with McLean Hospital and Combined Jewish Philanthropies. And it’s here to give you the extra support you need.
Who we help
We’ve recently expanded our scope for eligible participants. If you don’t see yourself in this list, please still reach out to see if Path to Well-being is a good fit.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a skills-based treatment that focuses on things you think and things you do that contribute to disorders like:
- Mild to moderate anxiety or depression
- Chronic pain or other physical health stressors
- Using substances to cope with negative emotions
- Eating or body image concerns
- Trauma or elevated emotional distress
Path to Well-being may work for you if you are:
- Interested in learning practical skills for boosting your mental health
- Able to access a laptop, tablet, or smartphone
- 18 years or older
Path to Well-being is:
- A no-cost, virtual program you can complete from the comfort of home
- A skills-based treatment that is not one-on-one therapy, but does provide practical strategies that can help you feel better
- Eight weeks of self-paced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) treatment on your own schedule
- Weekly virtual check-ins with a CBT coach from McLean Hospital
- Weekly symptom tracking
- Four brief follow-up surveys after treatment
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 personal and identifying information will be kept 100% confidential and CJP does not receive any identifying information.
Of the participants who competed our most recent satisfaction survey, 100% reported receiving good to excellent service; 94% said they would recommend our program to a friend.
To Learn More:
Call 781-693-5562 or contact email@example.com to talk with a knowledgeable counselor who will take you through a brief screening to determine your eligibility.
Mental Health Connect
A JF&CS mental health professional will take the time to understand your situation and connect you with expert advice and resources.