Our therapists here at Long Island Psychology have been trained in the field of Clinical Psychology on a wide range of mental health conditions. We also approach each new client in a way that treats them like unique individuals, and we look for ways to both guide you through any current mental health challenges you may be experiencing and prepare you with actionable tools for addressing any issues that may come up in the future.
We encourage you to contact us when you or someone you love would like mental health support. As a reference, the following are some of the conditions that we currently treat, and you can click on each link to learn more about the condition and what treatment entails.
- Social Anxiety
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder
- Panic Disorder
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Individual Relationship Counseling:
- Couples Counseling
- Premarital Counseling
- Marriage Counseling
- Mediation Counseling
- Divorce Counseling
- Infidelity Counseling
- Motherhood Challenges
- Working Professional Women
- Disordered Eating & Body Positivity
- Women’s Health Struggles
- Family Planning / Infertility / Recurrent Miscarriage
- Pregnancy Anxieties / Postpartum Depression
- Work-Life Balance
Additional Areas of Treatment:
We also work with those that struggle with ADHD, those with personality disorders, and those going through many other emotional, psychological, or related challenges.
If you or someone you love would benefit from mental health treatment, we encourage you to contact us today for more information about our therapy and treatment options and to get to know your therapist here at Long Island Psychology.
Contact Long Island Psychology Today
If you have any questions about individual, group, or couples therapy (marriage counseling) or about working with a psychologist/therapist please do not hesitate to call.
We have offices in Garden City, Rockville Centre, and Roslyn Heights, NY. We also have remote therapy options available. If you need help on Long Island on or near Nassau County, contact Long Island Psychology, today.