Once, young children.
Today, clinical experts.

Dr. Eliot Kaplan PhD
Clinical Supervisor

Eliot is a renowned mental health professional and author known for his work in paradoxical psychology. He uses his expertise to support patients and their families as they grow and heal.

Samuel Weiser LCSW
Clinical Director

Samuel is a dedicated supervisor and family therapy specialist dedicated to helping children receive the support they need to recover, grow stronger, and realize their goals.

Anacaona Nedgé Antoine LCSW
Licensed Therapist

Anacaona Nedgé is a dedicated social worker with a Master of Social Work from Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College. With extensive experience in school-based programs. Fluent in Haitian French-Creole, she bring cultural sensitivity to our practice. Her expertise in mental health and commitment to making a positive impact make Anacaona Nedgé a valuable resource for individuals seeking support and growth.

Greiny Rodriguez LMSW
Licensed Social Worker

Meet Greiny Rodriguez, a compassionate and highly skilled social worker committed to making a positive impact on individuals' lives. As a licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW), Greiny has diverse experience in various roles. She had supported students and families as a Student and Family Intervention Specialist at TEP Charter School, conducted individual sessions as a School Social Worker at International Leadership Charter High School, and provided counseling to unaccompanied minors as a Bilingual Clinician at Lutheran Social Services of New York. With a passion for advocacy and mentorship, Greiny has also held leadership positions such as a Graduate Residence Director at SUNY Maritime and an Assistant Residence Director at SUNY Geneseo. Her bilingual proficiency in English and Spanish enhances their ability to connect with individuals from diverse backgrounds. Greiny is dedicated to empowering individuals, overcoming challenges, and promoting well-being. Discover how Greiny can support you on your journey towards a better tomorrow.