• Neuropsychological Evaluation program

    Please inquire about our Neuropsychological Evaluation program

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  • Graduate Interns

    PSLI now has Graduate Interns from the SUNY Old Westbury Mental Health Counseling program. They are supervised directly by our executive director. Interns can provide psychotherapy at a discounted rate. Please call us if interested.

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  • Periscope

    Please join us every Monday and Friday at 1:15 EST for our live periscope broadcast. We will answer any questions you have. Download the periscope app, sign in with your twitter account, and follow us @PERITHERAPY

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  • Getting The Most Out of Therapy

    Nobody wants to waste their efforts, and let’s face it, therapy is a significant investment of time, energy and financial resources. So I decided to write a this short article to help you get the most out of the investment you are making in counseling. As a psychologist, nothing is more satisfying that seeing my

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  • First Date Rules: How to Get a Second Date (Part 2)

    We know that dating can be frustrating, so we’re here to provide you with a few more tips to consider as you search for a compatible significant other: 8. Dress to Impress.  No matter what you think, first impressions do count, whether in a boardroom or on a first date. I’ve heard so many people

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  • First Date Rules: How to Get a Second Date (Part 1)

    You meet a man you’re attracted to while out for dinner with your girlfriends one night, or maybe, your friend sets you up with his girlfriend’s or his wife’s cute friend.  You are excited, you’re onboard and you are ready for your first date!  You meet up, have a good time at dinner and enjoy

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  • The Gift of Forgiveness

    “Relationships are complicated”. That is a statement that seems to echo among many singles and couples alike and is even recognized as a status option on Facebook. Its clear that relationships take effort to establish and maintain so why do we even bother? Well, it’s simple. We are relational beings that benefit from social interaction

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  • 10 Ways to Connect With Your Significant Other Daily

    Here are little actions and ways to connect each and every day with the one you love: Leave a note in your significant other’s lunch bag, saying something like, “I love you” or I’m thinking of you right this very moment.” Text your partner throughout the day. Let him/her know he/she is on your mind,

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  • Sunday Blues

    Sunday Blues. Some people start to experience them on Sunday evening, yet for others the Sunday blues begin early Sunday morning but you must realize you are not alone!  This is very common and something many people experience.  It is important to note that although, it is often referred to as “Sunday blues”, many people

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  • Will I Be My Valentine?

    You’ve made it through the holidays and even though you handled family interrogations about your relationship status with grace, your patience is slowly wearing thin. Why? It’s February and everywhere you turn you’re faced with people and organizations that have assumed the role of cupid. It’s the time of year that, more than any other

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