Long Island Cognitive-Behavioral Psychologist, Dr. Jay Saul
At one time or another, everybody experiences problems.
- They could be emotional, such as sadness, anxiety, or anger.
- They could be situational, in the case of a painful break-up, parenting difficulties, or being overwhelmed by stress.
- They could be unwanted thoughts that race through your mind and you don't know what to do about them.
Children, teenagers, and adults who work with me learn how to effectively handle their issues.
- How to cope with strong emotions.
- What to do when faced with difficult or stressful situations.
- How to regain control over their lives, even if it means learning how to let go.
Let's work together to make changes in your life.
First, you'll be welcomed into a safe and confidential environment. You will be listened to, understood, and supported every step of the way. You will never feel judged or dismissed. Your needs will always come first.
Through an approach known as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, you will learn the skills and techniques for dealing with life's problems.
"I have always been motivated to help people who suffer from emotional and behavioral issues. During my undergraduate training at Binghamton University and graduate training at Hofstra University, I learned how to treat depression by assisting someone in changing their thoughts and actions, the different breathing and relaxation techniques that affect panic and anxiety, the ways to improve communication and interactions for people in relationships, the skills that enhance success for someone with ADHD, and the issues to address when teaching someone how to manage anger. Armed with all this training and knowledge that has been validated by decades of research, I was off to intern at area mental health centers."