Practice Services


Psychological Evaluations

Diagnostic psychological evaluations assess whether an individual appears to have any psychological problems, or in particular, any specific psychological diagnoses. Evaluations are routinely required by employers, such as government agencies (police, corrections) as part of the hiring process. Sometimes evaluations are required by the judicial system before a trial or as part of a probation requirement. School districts are also increasingly advocating assessments for students who appear at risk in regard to emotional or behavioral functioning. Clinicians at North Shore Psychology, P.C. use empirically validated measures in conjunction with clinical interviews to accurately assess psychological functioning. Written reports are available when required.

Psychoeducational Testing

Poor school performance can be devastating to a child’s self-esteem and emotional wellbeing. The resulting stress also routinely created significant family discord. Standardized cognitive and academic testing can assess if poor performance is the result of development, learning, memory, executive functioning, or attention difficulties. We work closely with parents and school district staff to accurately determine the nature of a child’s impairment and to craft an effective treatment approach.

Bariatric Evaluation Psychologist

The decision to have weight loss surgery is often fraught with many questions and concerns by patients and their family members.

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Bariatric Evaluation Psychologist

Immigration Evaluation Psychologist

The United States allows for waivers when applying for a change in immigration status. The process can be complex and a negative decision by the courts can have catastrophic results for the petitioner as well as the petitioner’s family.

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Immigration Evaluation Psychologist

Law Enforcement Evaluation Psychologist

Many civil service agencies (including the military) require psychological evaluations as part of the pre-employment application process. The military usually requires applicants employ an independent psychologist to conduct this evaluation.

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Law Enforcement Evaluation Psychologist


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Clinicians at North Shore Psychology, P.C. utilize a Cognitive Behavioral treatment approach with an emphasis on establishing a supportive therapeutic relationship. CBT is a form of psychotherapy that emphasizes the important role our thoughts play in how we feel and behave. When individuals learn how to monitor their thoughts and change maladaptive cognitions, significant improvement in emotional and behavioral functioning can be attained in a relatively brief period of time.


Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Our psychology practice specializes in treating Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), a mental health condition characterized by recurring intrusive thoughts (obsessions) and repetitive behaviors (compulsions) aimed at reducing anxiety caused by the obsessions. Our team of experienced therapists use evidence-based techniques such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) to help patients overcome their OCD symptoms. With a supportive and compassionate approach, we work with patients to develop personalized treatment plans that meet their individual needs and help them achieve a happier and healthier life.


College Planning

Choosing a college should be an exciting time in a person’s life. Unfortunately, changes in the college application process and the increased competitiveness of college selections often leads to a stressful experience filled with indecision, costly mistakes, and sometimes regret. The staff members at North Shore Psychology, P.C. are certified New York State Guidance Counselors and each have their own ten years of experience assisting students and families in understanding the college search and application process. Our goal is to help students find colleges that best suit their needs. A thorough college search process combined with a well-packaged application gives students a competitive edge.

Vocational Assessment and Career Planning

Major life decisions such as choosing a career should not be made with inadequate information. Most individuals never undergo a thorough examination of their abilities, interests, and personal traits. These are all key components to discovering careers that will ultimately be satisfying and rewarding. As a result, many individuals change careers multiple times throughout their life, while others find it hard to even get started in an initial career path. For some, life events such as birth of children, and mental illness interrupt the career search process. North Shore Psychology P.C. offers both vocational assessment and career counseling. Our clients receive a comprehensive personalized report that matches careers to their strengths, interests, and personality characteristics.

Individual Therapy

Individual therapy, also known as one-on-one therapy or personal therapy, is a type of psychotherapy that focuses on the individual's specific concerns and goals. In our psychology practice, we offer individual therapy to provide personalized support for those seeking to improve their mental health and well-being. During these sessions, our trained therapists will work with you in a confidential and supportive environment to address your unique challenges and help you develop effective strategies for growth and change. Whether you're struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, or any other mental health concern, our individual therapy can help you achieve greater self-awareness, coping skills, and overall well-being.