Psychological Evaluation Research and Counseling Clinic
The Psychological Evaluation Research and Counseling Clinic provides diagnostic evaluations and psychological services to adults, adolescents, children, and families of diverse cultural backgrounds who are having behavioral, emotional, learning, or adjustment problems. Emphasis is placed on clarifying problem areas, developing realistic goals, and providing active, short-term treatment. The full psychological evaluation consists of a biographical data review, psychological testing and assessment, an interpretive conference, and a written report.
Psychotherapeutic programs for behavior change include anger management, stress reduction, parent skills training, marriage and family counseling, and counseling for adults and children who have been abused. Consultation with school districts and other professional organizations are also available to develop programs within school and professional settings.
COVID-19: Telehealth Psychotherapy Services at Hofstra University
The Psychological Evaluation Research and Counseling Clinic in conjunction with the Counseling and Mental Health Professions Clinic is currently accepting applications for psychotherapy services for children, adolescents, and adults. A full array of specialty clinics for the provision of psychotherapy can be found on our website. Couple and family therapy is also being provided. At this time, due to COVID-19, all of our services are being offered through telehealth on the Zoom platform. We are currently not providing psychological assessment services. As circumstances change regarding regulations about in-person services, we will update the manner in which we provide services.
Anxiety and Depression Treatment Program
Phobia and Trauma Clinic
Child and Family Trauma Institute
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Clinic
Child and Parent Psychotherapy Services Clinic
Diagnostic and Research Institute for Autism Spectrum Disorders
Dialectical Behavior Therapy Clinic
Positive Psychology Institute for Emerging Adults
JOSEPH R. SCARDAPANE, PhD