ANXIETY. STRESS. PTSD. DEPRESSION.

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Brooklyn Counseling Services offers Comprehensive Mental Health Services including Individual Psychotherapy, Couples Counseling, Family Therapy and Group Therapy.

BCS Group offers high quality, best practice behavioral health services delivered in a welcoming environment, for community members facing emotional stresses and people with serious mental illness.

Medicaid, Medicare + Insurance Accepted.

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PSYCHOTHERAPY INFORMATION + SERVICES

Psychological Services Include:

Anxiety

Depression

Low self-esteem

Stress reduction and management

Individual psychotherapy

Couples counseling

Controlling rage and anger

Panic attacks

Eating disorders and body imaging

Family therapy

Adolescents psychotherapy

Relationship issues

Grief and loss

Support during life transitions

Sexual trauma

Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Postpartum depression

Midlife crisis

Some people seek psychotherapy because they have felt depressed, anxious or angry for a long time or may want help for a chronic illness that is interfering with their emotional or physical well-being. Others may have short-term problems they need help navigating, such as a divorce, facing an empty nest, feeling overwhelmed by a new job or grieving a family member’s death.

Symptoms can include changes in mood, personality, personal habits and social withdrawal. Mental illnesses have no boundaries, it can affect people of any age, race, religion or income.

Counseling can help you take control of your life, your self-esteem and your confidence. Counseling will give you the tools to respond to challenging situations with healthy coping skills.

Contact BCS Group now to begin the journey to emotional well-being.

Counseling – or psychotherapy – is a professional relationship that focuses on personal problems. The counseling relationship differs from both social friendships and patient-doctor contacts. Unlike friends, counselors are able to be objective; they are not involved in your daily lives. Unlike most doctors, counselors don’t give specific advice or tell you what to do. Instead, they serve as skilled listeners who help you to clarify issues, discover your true wishes and feelings, and deal effectively with problems.

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R E C E N T • A R T I C L E S

    • FEBRUARY 18, 2019
    Postpartum depression

    Postpartum depression

    A new recommendation from a group of independent experts convened by the government could help more new and expecting mothers avoid depression, one of the most common complications of pregnancy and childbirth. We’re starting to understand the importance of mental health as a society, and the importance of prevention, the future is definitely going toRead more
    • FEBRUARY 13, 2019
    suicide prevention conference

    suicide prevention conference

    Suicide Prevention in Students Last weekend we joined forces with Hunter College to host a event for: "Suicide prevention and how to help a fellow student if you are worried about them" Suicide is the second leading cause of death among school age youth. However, suicide is preventable. Youth who are contemplating suicide frequently giveRead more
    • FEBRUARY 13, 2019
    Why therapy works

    Why therapy works

    A Case Study: Cathy. (names have been changed) When a young woman named Cathy scheduled an appointment at my office for an initial consultation, I prepared for her arrival in the same way that I do for all of my new patients. The introductory session consists primarily of fact finding, detail collecting, intake questions andRead more
    • JANUARY 1, 2019
    Depression or Just Sadness?

    Depression or Just Sadness?

    Experiencing a loss may make you sad, but if the sadness becomes out of proportion to the event then you fall into depression. Sadness is a normal reaction, but depression is not. Depression differs from sadness in its intensity, frequency, and duration. Intensity. While the event would make most people sad, you respond with aRead more