New Office Location in Roslyn Heights
200 S. Service Road, Suite 212, Roslyn Heights
You can enter the parking lot from the South Service Road or make a right on Willis Avenue and take the driveway marked ProHealth and @250.
Our office is located on the 2nd floor. If you need to use the elevator, it is located in the front of the building. If you prefer to take the stairs, you can park near the rear of the building and the office is immediately to your right when you reach the top of the stairs.
Therapy for Children, Adolescents and Adults on the North Shore of Long Island, NY
The Psychological Health Collaborative, conveniently located in Roslyn, New York, on the North Shore of Long Island is a partnership of clinical psychologists providing children’s therapy, adult therapy and group therapy to those who are living with emotional and physical health problems. Our philosophy is a belief in wellness through a collaborative effort. Using effective and proven cognitive behavioral therapies, our goal is to provide brief and practical help.
Specialized Services & Therapy Treatments
Some of the services and therapy treatments that we provide to children, adolescents and adults include:
- Individual Psychotherapy
- Group Psychotherapy
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Mindfulness Training
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I)
Conditions We Treat
The Psychological Health Collaborative offers evidence based treatments for a variety of different disorders. Below are some of the conditions we treat.
- Anxiety & Fears
- Selective Mutism
- Habit Disorders
- Behavioral Issues
- Chronic Pain
- Chronic Illness
- Relationship Issues
- Parenting Concerns
- Stress Management
- Loss and Grief
- Insomnia & Sleep Issues
Contact a Specialist at the Psychological Health Collaborative
For more information or to make an appointment, contact the helpful specialists at the Psychological Health Collaborative by calling 516-466-2537 or email us. We provide a team based approach to health and focus on overall wellness.
Let Children Recharge by Putting the Phone Away
Dr. Emily Klass was recently featured in New York Family Magazine to give tips on putting the phone away at night. Click here to read more.
Sleep and Me
We at PHC have assembled a state of the art simple program for sleep. It incorporates motivation training, cognitive- behavior therapy and the recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Try it!
Some Bunny To Talk To: A Story About Going to Therapy
Whether you are considering or have already decided to bring your child to a therapist, Some Bunny to Talk to presents therapy in a way that is simple, direct, and easy for young children to understand. This colorful, humorous book is designed to help answer children s questions and allay fears about the process of therapy. Children will learn what to expect from therapy from the first visit, about confidentiality and privacy, and that they won t have to go to therapy forever! Includes a Note to Parents.
Someone to Talk to
Therapy can be intimidating for anyone, and even more so for children. Someone To Talk To is a straightforward and interactive guide to help children through the therapy process. It is an invaluable therapy accompaniment that covers what to expect, how to prepare, and tips for wrapping up.
The pages are full of helpful activities to use before, after, and in conjunction with therapy, as well as useful everyday tools and coping strategies.
Also included are separate introductions for parents and caregivers and for children, with more information about therapy, and how and why to use this book and its activities.
Authors Paola Conte, PhD, Cheryl Sterling, PhD, and Larissa Labay, PsyD, are pediatric psychologists in private practice who specialize in providing cognitive–behavioral therapy to children, adolescents, and adults.