Gershon Psychological Associates, LLC is a large group mental health practice, based in Rhode Island. Our group includes psychologists, neuropsychologists, school psychologists, social workers, and mental health counselors. We have two locations including in Warwick and Smithfield Rhode Island.
At Gershon Psychological Associates, we recognize that access to mental health services can take time, especially for children. As a result, we strive to schedule new patients as quickly as possible to start the evaluation and treatment process. We will try to give you an initial appointment within a week. Our office staff can help you with scheduling and checking on your insurance benefits. We will also match you with the best clinician for your particular needs.
Our clinicians treat individuals of all ages for a wide variety of concerns. We offer numerous modes of treatment including Individual Therapy (children, adolescents, and adults), Family Therapy, Couples Counseling, and Group Therapy. We offer Social Skills Classes for children, adolescents and adults. Some of our therapists also are bilingual (Spanish).
Psychological evaluations are a large component of our practice as well. These include neuropsychological, psychological, and educational evaluations. Brief diagnostic screenings are also available. We coordinate care with school departments and physicians to make sure your treatment plan is implemented properly.
We have several specialty teams available as well. These include a School Consultation and Liaison Team. This group of clinicians specializes in assisting school department with evaluations, counseling, IEP planning, and inservices.
Our office treats a wide variety of concerns including attentional or behavior problems, mood issues, anxiety, self-esteem, grief, relationships, social skills, phobias, school problems, and parenting. Diagnoses that we commonly treat are Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), Conduct Disorder, Specific Phobias, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, individuals with high functioning Asperger's Disorder and/or with Nonverbal Learning Disability, Social Anxiety or Social Phobia, and Depression. – less