The following names listed have given of their time to work with PULSE and learn the needs of those who contact us.
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Mental Health Services
Antelis, Susan E. MPS,LCAT,BCIA-C,LMHC, Lynbrook, NY
Biofeedback, Art Therapy, Psychotherapy.
Compton, Gail, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Lynbrook, NY
Family and medical concerns, substance abuse recovery support grief and loss.
Cognitive behavioral, client centered, motivational counseling, holistic approach.
Bryant Kaplan, LCSW, CASAC Director, People Counseling, Bethpage, NY
Addictions, codependency, relationships, parenting, Stress reduction, anger management, letting go, bereavement.
Solz, Bill, L.C.S.W., CASAC, Bellmore, LI NY
Trauma, Evaluation, Thought Field Therapy, EMDR, DNMS, stress reduction techniques, psychodynamic, crisis intervention and bereavement.
Long Island Center for Independent Living
Independent Living is attained by exerting control over one's life, based on acceptable options that minimize reliance on others in the decision making process and in performing daily activities. Managing individual affairs, participating in community life, fulfilling a range of social roles, making choices that lead to self-determination and minimizing psychological and physical dependence on others are all elements that contribute to reaching the goal of Independent Living.
Nassau Suffolk Mental Health Law Services
Established in 1966, Law Services was the first Legal Services Corporation program in New York State and is one of the largest in New York State. The program is committed to helping the poor vindicate their rights under the law. It provides free legal service in thousands of cases each year as well as legal support to every church, agency and grass roots organization that works with the poor. The staff is comprised of attorneys, paralegals, social workers and support staff. The social work component is a unique feature of the program and is based on the recognition that some of our clients may need special support and services to manage and deal effectively with the legal system. Many staff members are outstanding experts in their field and have been recognized at a state and national level for the quality and critical importance of their work.
Mental Health Association of Nassau (516) 504-HELP
Mental Health Association of Suffolk (631) 226-3900
NY State Office of Mental Health List of Phone Numbers Here