Finding a Therapist
The process of finding a “therapist” can be overwhelming. Even the term “therapist” is unclear — many different professionals are licensed to provide therapy. By breaking the process down into several steps, and explaining terminology, we hope to facilitate your search for a qualified therapist who is right for you. Read our guide here.
The Westchester Division, located in White Plains, provides psychiatric care for alcohol and drug dependence, mental illness, eating disorders and personality disorders. Evaluations, intervention, education and treatment.
St. Vincent’s provides comprehensive treatment services for adolescents who are experiencing problems with alcohol and drugs. It is our mission to remove obstacles related to alcohol and substance abuse that impede normal growth and development. Our goal is to help restore the natural development process and to promote the adolescent’s social, physical and emotional health and well being.
As the nation’s first residential eating disorder facility, now with 19 locations throughout the country, Renfrew has helped more than 75,000 adolescent girls and women with eating disorders and other behavioral health issues move towards recovery.
The leading specialized provider of child and adolescent mental health treatment services in the Northeast. Individual, group and family therapy. Inpatient and outpatient care.
Dr. Siegel is on the faculty of the Silver School of Social Work at NYU and has 30 years of experience counseling individuals and families.
The Center for Autism and the Developing Brain provides comprehensive care in a single setting for individuals living with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and other developmental disorders of the brain. It is a collaborative program between NewYork-Presbyterian, Weill Cornell Medical College, and Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, in partnership with New York Collaborates for Autism.
Ms. Rosen has over 20 years experience working with individuals, couples, groups and families, with a specialty in adolescents and families. Ms. Rosen previously worked as the Student Assistance Counselor at PMHS.
We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.
This peer support group, led by a professional, meets in Mt. Kisco, offering support to families who lost an infant or who have received an adverse pre or post natal diagnosis.
WIHD is a comprehensive community resource impacting the lives of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, vulnerable children, and families by providing direct medical, dental, clinical, and social services; conducting innovative research to inform best practices in the field; and training current and future professionals.
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Confident Kid Club’s interactive, integrated, sensory based program helps kids grow, take risks, and develop confidence in a safe environment.
A licensed clinical psychologist who provides comprehensive, specialized services focused on the specific needs of an adults, children; family.
“Hope’s Door seeks to end domestic violence and to empower victims to achieve safety, independence, and healing from the trauma of abuse.”
A Student Assistance Counselor located part time at PMHS. This person is trained to work with students on substance abuse and prevention and related concerns and can be reached at 738-8110, ext. 1205. All calls are confidential.