Barry Shrem, Ph.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, has opened the Hudson Valley Center for Development at the Cornwall Medical Pavilion at SLCH’s Cornwall campus. The Center will provide clinical psychotherapy and related developmental services for children, adolescents and veterans. For an appointment, call 458-4557.
The Hudson Valley Center for Development also offers these support groups to help women and children with coping skills at various points in their lives:
Nurturing Social Success: Social Skills for Boys
A Therapeutic Group for 7 – 10 year old boys. Participants will learn to handle frustration, boost cooperation and respect, develop and keep friendships, and improve listening skills. For more information or to schedule an appointment for a consultation, call Farrell Eisenberg, LCSW at (845) 458-4758.
The Young and the Restless: Positive Skills for Teens
A Therapeutic Group for Teens ages 12 and up. Participants will learn to recognize emotions, increase ability to reduce the impact of negative emotions, build coping skills to better handle stress, improve communication skills with peers and adults, and gain control over emotions and impulses. For more information or to schedule an appointment for a consultation, call Farrell Eisenberg, LCSW, (845) 458-4758.
Tween Life: Stresses and Strains
A therapeutic group for girls ages 9-11. Participating will develop self-confidence, friendships, learn to adjust to change, problem-solving, and stress management. For more information or to schedule an appointment for a consultation, call Tracey Barnes, LCSW, (845) 458-4757.
Motherhood: Support through Shared Experience
A therapeutic support group for mothers. Group will focus on: adjusting to change, redefining your identity, navigating the emotional roller coaster, balancing the roles, and managing stress. For more information or to schedule an appointment for a consultation, call Tracey Barnes, LCSW, (845) 458-4757.