If you or a loved one are feeling anxious, depressed, hopeless or overwhelmed you are not alone. Taking the first step to reach out for help can be scary. We know that feeling safe and comfortable with a treatment provider is essential. With over forty years of collective experience and training in a variety of techniques, our team of therapists, nutritionists and consulting medical doctors and psychiatrists have helped thousands of people change the way they feel, function and cope. Our clients have overcome severe depression, anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, anxiety/panic attacks, addiction, relationship issues, trauma and more.
Our clients appreciate that our team provides a supportive environment with compassion and empathy. One of the major reasons our patients do so well is that they learn about their problems, why they might be struggling, what they need to work on to feel better and how to make the changes necessary to improve their mental and physical health. As clinicians we understand that each person has a unique set of circumstances and customizing a treatment plan for the individual is the key. Our staff has training in many evidence-based treatment models so we can tailor a program your needs. Your success is our success.
Many of our clients tell us they wish they had sought help earlier. Don’t wait. Contact our office (631) 724-7152 and we can answer any questions or concerns. You deserve to be happy and healthy.
We provide affordable in-depth counseling for a diverse population of clients including individuals, couples and families. Our highly trained and educated clinicians are comprised of experienced licensed marriage and family therapists, addiction therapists, EMDR-trained therapists, and sex therapists.
My name is Meg Maginn
Reaching out for help can be scary.
Often people are leery to share their issues in fear of being judged, criticized, or told something
that may harm them instead of helping. It is important to approach these topics thoughtfully,
with care, compassion, and understanding . Feeling comfortable and safe with the person
you’re talking to is key to doing the work required to change.
As a therapist, clinical supervisor, and someone with over thirty-five years of experience in the field, I believe it is an honor and privilege when someone opens up and shares their struggles. Working with adolescents, teens, adults, seniors, couples and families who suffer with depression, anxiety/panic, addiction, relationship issues, eating disorders, trauma and more, I understand that each person is unique and that there is more than one way to get better.