This free group will meet once a month via Zoom. To learn more, contact Elissa Smilowitz at (516) 626-1971, ext. 308, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Programs & Services
Each of the Guidance Center’s three sites (Roslyn Heights, Manhasset and Westbury) offers mental health services for children from birth through 24 and their families. READ MORE >
The Pandemic has affected us all, especially our children. In this section you will find helpful articles and videos provided by our staff, we are positivie you will find these resources very helpful and relevant. Vaccine resources are now available. READ MORE >
In the September 2021 column that ran in Blank Slate Media, our staff responds to parents’ concerns that their son may be suicidal. In this monthly column, therapists from North Shore Child & Family Guidance Center answer your questions on issues related to...
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In the September 2021 column that ran in Blank Slate Media, our staff responds to parents’ concerns that their son may be suicidal. In this monthly column, therapists from North Shore Child & Family Guidance Center answer your questions on issues related to parenting, mental health and children’s well-being. To submit a question, email email@example.com. Question: We are terribly concerned about our 16-year-old son. Although he is back in school, he has little...
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For Parents, Caregivers & Families
We offer treatment options for:
Depression, Anxiety, Alcohol/Substance Abuse, Teenage Pregnancy, Physical & Sexual Abuse, Witness/Victim of Crime & Violence, Learning Disabilities, ADHD, Developmental Delays, Separation & Divorce, Suicide Threats & Attempts, Chronic Illness or Death. READ MORE >
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“I would like to begin by saying thank you for your excellent program…throughout the last two months together, our counselor did not try to fix our problems, but rather tried to help the family heal and decide what solutions would work best…”
In the Media
In The News
In the September 2021 column that ran in Blank Slate Media, our staff responds to parents’ concerns that their son may be suicidal. In this monthly...
By Beth Whitehouse, Newsday, September 7, 2021 When COVID-19 took the life of 36-year-old Krystal Colman in April, Christina Colman, 60, of Coram,...
Published originally in Anton Media, Parenting Plus column, August 20 2021, By Kathy Rivera After working in the mental health field for more than...