Paul Rubin, CMHC-LP utilizes a person centered approach to support clients from diverse backgrounds and various populations including children, adults, seniors, and the LGBTQ community. He has worked in numerous settings including schools, agencies, community programs, corporate & private practices, as well as children’s bereavement camps. His areas of expertise include grief and loss, caregiver concerns, depression, stress and anger management, anxiety, & family conflict. His experience and work with school age children include addresses important issues such as bully/cyberbully, behavioral issues, and peer relationships.
Paul is also the Executive Director of Camp Good Mourning!, a nonprofit that provides FREE bereavement camp programs for children, ages 7 – 17, who are coping with the loss of a parent and or sibling.
Paul is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor Limited Permit Holder (CMHC-LP) who earned his Master’s Degree in School Counseling and an Advanced Certification in Mental Health Counseling from LIU Post.
Kaitlyn Davis, LMSW is a Licensed Master Social Worker and 2016 graduate of Fordham University. She is currently a Middle School Social Worker and has extensive experience working with children and teens with an array of needs. Kaity has worked hands-on with children and adults with intellectual disabilities, including autism. Additionally, she has helped to support families with children diagnosed with ADD/ADHD through her work at two pediatric offices. The family unit is often impacted with any mental health stressors and her philosophy includes treating the family in order to treat the child.
Kaity utilizes Mindfulness and CBT in there treatment approaches, with have both been successful in treating children and teens suffering from anxiety and/or depression. She is also a NYS Certified Crisis Counselor and has a strength with crisis intervention.
Christine Spencer, MHC, is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor (CMHC-LP) who earned her Master’s Degree in School Counseling and an Advanced Certification in Mental Health Counseling from LIU Post. Christine is a Level 1 Gottman trained therapist specializing in couples counseling, family therapy, and treating individuals who are looking for support with anxiety, depression, and other stress related issues.
Christine utilizes an integrative approach to healing through motivational interviewing, positive psychology, and family systems work. Her greatest joy is her family and raising her two children. If not working or with her family you will probably find her at the beach, on a paddle board or playing bingo with her mom at a local bingo hall.
Her philosophy is to never recommend something to a client, other than medication, that she have not tried herself. With that said she has incorporated yoga, meditation and energy healing into her personal life as well.
Marcie Bligh, LMSW is a Licensed Master Social Worker and Level 1 Reiki Practitioner whose approach to mental wellness focuses on “what is right about you” rather than “what is wrong with you”. Therapy is designed to meet the needs of teens and adults who are struggling with anxiety, depression, school/work related stress, chronic medical conditions as well as the unique needs of veterans and their families.
Marcie received her Masters Degree from Adelphi University and earned a Post Graduate Certification in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Additional training in Cognitive Processing Therapy, Positive Psychology and Motivational Interviewing helps her clients identify strengths and motivation needed to create positive change.
Katelynn Andriano, LMSW is a Licensed Master Social Worker who helps children, teens, and adults identify and overcome barriers to happiness and wellbeing. Her experience with children and teens include working through school attendance issues, peer relationships, behavior change, and development of healthy coping skills.
Katelynn earned her Masters Degree from Adelphi University and utilizes a Strengths Based Approach, as well as Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Positive Psychology to help overcome symptoms of stress related disorders, anxiety, depression, and various other mood disorders.