PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES CENTER

PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES CENTER

 
General Information
Description of ServiceProvides a private, nonprofit mental health facility operated by the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program at LIU Post. The clinic operates with the objectives of providing diverse psychological services to all members of the local community as well as serving as a training facility for the C.W. Post Clinical Psychology Doctoral candidates. The graduate student-therapist’s work is closely supervised by licensed clinical psychologists who are faculty members of the Department of Psychology, as well as licensed clinical psychologists from the Long Island community who serve as Adjunct Clinical Supervisors. While providing quality services and facilities is expensive, it is the policy of the PSC to work with individuals and families regardless of income. No client is denied treatment due to inability to pay. Clients seek services for a wide variety of reasons. Relationship problems, school difficulties, or personal stress often bring clients to the PSC. Psychological needs for which people can find help at the clinic include, but are not limited to, the following. Learning Disabilities; Attention/Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder; Giftedness; Personality; IQ – Intelligence; School Related Adjustment; Aggressive Behavior/Anger Management; Social Anxiety & Shyness; Depression; Oppositional Behavior & Conduct Problems; Fears & Phobias; Anxiety; Health Worries; Stress Management; Post Traumatic Stress Disorder; Bereavement; Phobias and Anxiety Disorders; Behavior Modification for Habit Control; Marriage & Family Therapy; Family Conflicts/Family Therapy; Parent-Child Conflicts; and Couple and Relationship Therapy. The following are current groups offered at the PSC: Child /Adolescent Groups include: Social Anxiety; Anger & Conduct Management; Dealing with Aggressive Peers & Bullies; Attention and Hyperactivity Problems. Adult Groups include: Living with Loss – Bereavement in Older Adults and Women in Transition-Coping with Challenges of Middle Age. In addition Trauma Therapy and Specialty Programs are also offered to Victims of Crime/Violence; Victims of Sexual and/or Physical Abuse and Survivors of Child Abuse. Also offered is the award-winning Trauma Response Team (TRT) of the C.W. Post Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program which has provided free on-site counseling in schools and community organizations following small and large disasters. Psychological First Aid, coping strategies and crisis counseling are provided to support recovery and foster resiliency. Call for more detailed information
LocationNassau
Geographical AreaBrookville, New York; Town of Oyster Bay, New York; Nassau County, New York
Public TransportationAccessible by public transportation.
Facility/ADA AccessWheelchair Accessible
 
Contact Information
 
Physical Site Address 1 LIU Post
Physical Site Address 2 720 Northern Boulevard, Lodge A
Physical Site City, State, Zip Brookville, NY 11548
Mailing Address 1 720 Northern Boulevard
Mailing Address 2 Lodge A
Mailing City, State, Zip Brookville, NY 11548
Mail Attention To Psychological Services Center
Main Phone (516)299-3211
Fax (516)299-3255
Service Location Email cwpost@liu.edu
Web Address www.liu.edu/CWPost
 
Additional Information
Last UpdateSep17
 
 
Affiliated Agency, Programs, and Services
Affiliated Agency: LIU POST
Affiliated Program: PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES CENTER
This Service: PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES CENTER
 
Taxonomy Postings
Posted to Categories: Adolescent/Youth Counseling (RP-1400.8000-050)
Anger Management (RP-1400.8000-070)
Anxiety Disorders (YF-5000.0500)
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (YF-5000.1700-050)
Colleges/Universities (HD-6000.1300)
Family Counseling (RF-2000)
Group Counseling (RF-2500)
Individual Counseling (RF-3300)
Marriage Counseling (RP-1400.8000-500)
Mental Illness/Emotional Disabilities (YF-5000)
Private Colleges/Universities (HD-6000.1300-600)
Stress Management (PH-6200.8400)