"I am a holistic psychotherapist and licensed clinical social worker in practice for the past 28 years and a Professional Level Kripalu Yoga Teacher for the
"The mission of Aristotle's Psychological and Biofeedback Services is to offer high quality, professional mental health care. Our professional staff is comp
"I believe that everyone that enters the office has had a unique life journey that has lead them to seek guidance. Each client's treatment is personalized i
"I believe that there is a place in all of us that carries more wisdom than we are usually aware of. It is this place that I try to help people connect with
"I honor each individual's unique characteristics and strengths. In that spirit, I tailor my methods to the unique needs of the client - utilizing cognitive
"Bilingual and Bicultural psychotherapy services for Individuals, Children, Families and Couples.
"We offer a community-based facility serving individuals and families. Patricio Destuet, our director, has over two decades of experience serving our commun
"All of us are faced with challenges at various points in our lives. Sometimes it may be appealing to call on a friend or family member for help, but what d
"All of us would like to be happy. Sometimes we loose our way or forget what does happiness mean for us. My therapeutic goal for each client is to use our t
"My approach above all is gentle, pragmatic and therapeutic. I believe that anyone can start improving their lives from the very first therapy session! I
It’s normal to experience mental health issues and relationship problems. Talking to a licensed therapist can help. Therapy can teach you more about yourself and your mental health concerns in a healing way. Many therapies are evidence-based and have been proven effective.
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Queens is a borough and county in New York City, New York. It covers 109 square miles, making it the largest borough in New York. Queens was named to honor Catherine of Braganza, the queen consort of Charles II.
Queens has roughly 2.4 million inhabitants. The population increased by 6% from 2010 to 2017. Foreign-born people make up 48% of the population. Seventy-nine percent of Queens residents are American citizens. By contrast, the nationwide citizenship rate is 93%.
Queens is one of the most diverse urban areas in the world. The ethnic composition of Queens is 28% Hispanic, 25% Asian, 25% white, and 17% black. Fifty-six percent of residents speak a language other than English at home. Queens has 516,000 Spanish speakers, 192,000 Chinese speakers, and 27,600 Greek speakers.
People in Queens earn a mean annual wage of $27,600. Forty-four percent of households own their home. Over 13% of Queens residents live in poverty.
Emotional distress among school-age children is a major concern in Queens and other areas of New York City (NYC). In the 2016-2017 school year, there were 9,385 school incidents that required a police or safety agent. Nearly 29% of incidents involved a child in crisis who needed to be taken to the hospital for a psychological evaluation.
There were noticeable racial differences within the students sent for evaluation. Black students made up almost half of the children taken to the hospital, despite making up only 27% of NYC’s student population. White students accounted for 5% of crisis cases, though they comprise 15% of the student population. Police were twice as likely to use handcuffs on black students than white ones.
School, law enforcement, and city officials believe more mental health professionals are needed in schools. School staff may also benefit from mental health and de-escalation training. Access to mental health services is a concern for some people in Queens. Eleven percent of Queens residents under age 65 do not have health insurance.