Individual and Group Therapy***
***Updated 4-1-22 - I am currently taking names for a waiting list for openings in the Fall 2022.***
Individual therapy is a collaborative process between a therapist and a person in therapy. Goals of therapy are established, agreed upon, and worked on throughout the therapeutic process. Many people seek therapy to feel supported while trying to improve the quality of their everyday life. Individual therapy can be used alone or in combination with group therapy and/or medication management. Our individual therapy sessions last for 45 minutes.
Group Therapy involves one or more therapists working with several people at the same time. This type of therapy is usually topic specific (i.e., acclimating to a new job; managing anger; parenting an anxious teen, etc) and engages people at varying stages of the change process to participate. Group therapy can be used alone or in combination with individual therapy or medication management. Our group therapy sessions last for 75 minutes.
Psychological Assessment - Psychological assessment is used to develop a more comprehensive picture of a person’s cognitive abilities, academic or work skills, and relationship to themselves and others. We offer 3 types of assessment:
Psychoeducational Assessment – is one-on-one and uses a variety of tools to develop a comprehensive perspective of a person’s academic skills and cognitive abilities. It is important to determine not just how much a person has learned, but how he/she/they learn and goes about the task of solving problems.
Psychological Assessment - in addition to academic skills and cognitive abilities, a psychological assessment may also include an assessment of personality, psychopathology, and adaptive behavior.
Neuropsychological Assessment - the most comprehensive assessment, includes the assessments above as well as assessments of sensorimotor functions, attention, memory and learning, and executive functioning.
When children and adolescents struggle with mental illness, the entire family is impacted. Education and support for the child, caregivers, and extended family members (as necessary) is of the utmost importance. It is through this education that family members can identify and meet their child’s needs, helping them heal.
We provide consultation to schools and organizations in four specific content areas:
For any questions you have, you can reach me here:
Keba M. Rogers, PhD.
1619 3rd Avenue, Suite 2
New York, NY 10128