The Trauma and Resilience Research Program offers services for children, adolescents, and adults who have experienced traumatic events such as the loss of a loved one, a motor vehicle accident, acts of terrorism, physical assault, sexual assault and other forms of interpersonal violence. The program provides evaluation, consultation, and treatment for individuals who are concerned about the possible effects of such events on their children, themselves or family functioning. The services provided are specifically tailored to the individual’s or family’s needs and include academic and psychological evaluation, cognitive-behavioral therapy, medication, skills building and resilience enhancement. State-of-the-art treatment approaches that are grounded in empirical support and have demonstrated efficacy in treating survivors of stressful events are offered.
Please call 212-263-8916 and ask for an appointment with the Trauma and Bereavement Clinical Service Staff.