Psychiatry & counseling services at Phelps
Life can be stressful. At Phelps, we believe that during tough times, everyone needs support from someone who cares. Whether you’re interested in treatment, education or just want someone to talk to, we’re here for you. We provide psychological support through a range of behavioral and mental health services.
Phelps Counseling Services are certified by the New York State Office of Mental Health to provide outpatient group and individual therapy services to adults and families.
Available Monday through Friday, each unit has a staff of highly-skilled, board certified psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, therapists and certified social workers who provide assessment and treatment. Our team can help you with group, individual, couple or family counseling, medication management, crisis intervention, case management, and support for social issues such as divorce, illness, and career changes.
Alcohol/drug dependency services
Counseling and treatment are critical steps toward conquering addiction. Our addiction treatment services for adults are certified by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS).
We also offer inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services, including: psychiatric evaluation, medication management, individual or group therapy, co-dependency groups and vocational assessments that focus on relapse prevention and the maintenance of an alcohol-free and drug-free lifestyle.
The first step to conquering addiction is to believe that you can.
Call us today at (914) 944-5220.
Continuing day treatment
For adults who may need more intensive treatment than the clinic setting can provide, the Continuing Day Treatment program is an option for mental health services. The program is structured to help people with different needs and a treatment plan is customized for you. Services in the program include symptom management, medication management, health education, social skill development, vocational guidance, case management, and discharge planning. You can get more information about the Continuing Day Treatment program by calling (914) 923-5700, Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30 pm.